Visual Importer Standard - single license Visual Importer Standard
DB Software Laboratory Products
Unit Price:   USD 100.00 
Total:   USD 100.00
 Info plus 0% sales tax/VAT to USD 100.00: USD 0.00
USD 100.00
Delivery:   License key
Platform:   Windows 98, Windows Server 2003, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP x32, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista x64, XP Tablet PC, Windows Vista x32, Windows XP x64, Windows Server 2003 x64
Language:   English
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Visual Importer loads data into ANY database from Text, Excel, MS Access, DBF files or any ODBC compliant database.  It is easy to use and was designed especially for non technical users.

Read Visual Importer FAQ , Watch Online Flash Demo , Read Product Documentation (PDF).

Visual Importer simple ETL tool

Backed up by Free, Fast, Unparalleled Support

What Can Visual Importer Do? 

Visual Importer is designed to automate loading data into ANY database. Typical usage of it would be truncate table, load data into it, run stored procedure or Sql script, once loading is completed. Unlike Oracle SQL loader, BCP,  DTS or SSIS Visual Importer can also add new and update old records based on primary key. Some examples of what customers use this ETL tool for include:

Load Data From:

Into:  It can:

If something went wrong Visual importer writes detailed message into error log and writes a record into rejected records file. 

 Online flash demos and tutorials

 How to load data from a comma delimited file into MS Access
 How to load data from an Excel Spreadsheet into Oracle Database
 How to load data from an Pivot table into MS Sql Server Database


There are two types of licenses available

1. A single computer usage license. The user purchases one license to use the SOFTWARE PRODUCT on one computer.

2. A SITE usage license. The user purchases a single usage license, authorising the use of SOFTWARE PRODUCT, by the purchaser, the purchaser's                employees or accredited agents, on an unlimited number of computers at the same physical site location. This site location would normally be defined as a single building, but could be considered to be a number of buildings within the same, general, geographical location, such as an industrial estate or small town.