a division of Data Solutions LLC

dataACS a division of Data Solutions LLC

MuleSoft Experts

Introducing Business Process Elicitation - extracting business intelligence from your legacy system

dataACS Launches an exclusive service to extract business processes directly from your legacy data sources: client/server, desktop applications and even mainframe systems! Driving your legacy conversion process past simply accessing the data, to data abstraction and machine learning, 



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data integration

Get the most from the data already in you ecosystem by a comprehensive analysis and integration road map developed by legacy system conversion experts. We have built solutions which allow for bi-directional transformation of complex legacy system data through MuleSoft and custom connectors to relation databases, object models, ODS, and Data Lakes

project Managment, Implementation, architecture, development, QA and support

Allow dataacs to manage the implementation support of your MuleSoft solutions. We have resources who can drive MuleSoft implementation through on-premise, private cloud or CloudHub, by PMP certified Project managers and trained MuleSoft experts.


Dataacs uses data abstraction and MuleSoft to understand your legacy system's data so that you can drive business decisions through canonical model mapping and API integration.

Business Process Elicitation (coming soon)

Your business processes are imprinted on your data.  Rather than convert legacy systems, why not generate your processes without the waste of dead code, outdated constructs and the limitations imposed by age?

API Development

Once your data has been abstracted, we help you use APIs and services to make your data available like never before.


In-system imposed compliance with common standards such as SOX, PCI/DSS, HIPAA/HITECH/HITRUST, IRS Pub 1075 and NIST 800-53 derivatives.


Data is a precious thing and will last longer than the systems themselves.
— Tim Berners-Lee