Treehouse Software, Inc.

Sewickley Pennsylvania 15143

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Real-Time Data Replication Between Virtually Any Source and Target

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  • Treehouse Software, Inc.
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  • 2605 Nicholson Rd
    Suite 1230
    Sewickley, PA 15143
    United States

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  • Year Established
  • 1982
  • Hours of Operation
  • Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 5 PM EDT

More About Treehouse Software, Inc.

Since 1982, Treehouse Software has been serving enterprises worldwide with industry-leading software products and outstanding technical support.  Today, Treehouse Software is a global leader in providing data migration, replication, and integration solutions for the most complex and demanding heterogeneous environments, as well as feature-rich, accelerated-ROI offerings for information delivery, business intelligence and analytics, and application modernization.

Our solutions support a vast array of integration scenarios throughout the enterprise, providing easy and fast data migration for mainframe application modernization projects, along with enabling bi-directional data replication between mainframe, Linux, Unix, and Windows platforms.

Enterprise ETL and Real-Time Data Replication Between Virtually Any Source and Target

Treehouse Software's tcVISION is a powerful and mature software product designed for real-time, bi-directional replication of mainframe data to open systems, cloud, and LUW. tcVISION's GUI modeling and mapping, and ease of migrating data to modern environments makes it an ideal choice for modernizing large mainframe environments.

Additionally, tcVISION can synchronize mission critical data.  Real-time, bi-directional data synchronization enables changes on either system to be reflected on the other system (e.g., a change to a PostgreSQL table on AWS is reflected on the mainframe database). This allows businesses to modernize an application without disrupting the existing critical work on the legacy system.

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