About Liaison Technologies IT Services company in Alpharetta, United States
Liaison's innovative approach to integration and data management makes a data-centric approach to business possible. Our cutting-edge cloud ALLOY™ Platform is built on big data architecture and microservices technology for scalability, agility, and sheer
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And our integration experts deliver ALLOY's wide range of capabilities—from data collection to transformation to enrichment to storage—as fully managed services, freeing your IT resources to focus on more strategic initiatives. The end result is an ever-g