The answer is yes.
With our five plus years of working with startups and fortune 500 companies we have compiled a list ofquestions we have heard over the years and to the shock of many the answer is yes. If you don’t see theanswer to your question below please contact us at email@example.com .
Can GenRocket support my unique data type?
Yes. Each data type is supported through a GenRocket component called a “Generator”. Please visit this link
to see the latest list of Generators. If you don’tsee your data format supported today let us know your interest. New Generators are added at nocost for GenRocket POC candidates or customers.
Can GenRocket support the data format I need?
Yes. Each data format is supported through a GenRocket component called a “Receiver”. Visit this link
to see the latest list of Receivers. If you don’t seeyour data format supported today let us know your interest. New Receivers are added at no cost withthe understanding that you will become a GenRocket customer.
Does it work with [insert industry standard here]?
Yes. From our five years of working in the test data space we have not encountered any industrystandard we couldn’t work with. It might require some additional work from our team to setup but thatis free of charge with the understanding you will become a GenRocket customer.
Can GenRocket work with any database system (Oracle, DB2, Sybase, MS SQL Server etc.)?
Yes. GenRocket can connect to any database system via JDBC.
Can GenRocket work with Salesforce?
Yes. GenRocket is the only test data generation solution in the market that is integrated with Salesforce.
Do I need to pay for a year up front?
Yes. GenRocket contracts are billed annually by default.
Does GenRocket support closed environments?
Yes, GenRocket supports closed environments. Please visit this link for more information
Is GenRocket secure?
Yes. Please visit this link for more information.
Can you import specific data from my database to merge with synthetically generated test data?
Yes. You can either import a specific small data set into GenRocket or query your own database and merge with synthetically generated data.