At some point everyone wants to access Fracttal and try out each of its functions, make changes, create new records, upload assets, modify meters and verify each of the changes made to understand the use of the platform more in depth.

Thanks to SandBox accounts, you can create a trial environment that won’t modify your actual database. If you want to test the functionality of the software to learn about all of Fracttal’s functions without affecting your actual database, then contracting a SandBox account is the best option.

Fracttal offers SandBox accounts without any preloaded data so that you have a clean database and can get to know Fracttal from scratch. Or if you prefer to learn and practice on an actual database without affecting it, you can load data from a “mirror” database where your test actions won’t alter the actual database.

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