Mark-IT releases "triple-s to Quantum" converter
May 22, 2001 - Mark-IT has recently released a beta-test version of a "triple-s to Quantum" converter - SSSQT. This enables users wishing to transfer data from non-Quantum environments to Quantum for mainstream tabulations or Quanvert.
As part of the triple-s philosophy it has been written using Open Standards it will therefore run on UNIX, LINUX, VMS and DOS/Windows. It is being made available at no charge.
The program reads standard XML definitions of the data to produce a self-contained Quantum run file with axes, an edit section and tab statements.
In addition to the basic version an enhanced converter may be purchased that has been optimised for Quanvert and for carrying out rudimentary data-validation.
Mark Katz, Md of Mark-IT sees this as a key strategic step in his company's future plans.
The triple-s group acknowledges the importance of this Quantum converter and recognises that it will give the triple-s interface standard a quantifiable leap in acceptance in mainland Europe and in the USA.