Modern Data Management Top Five Resources
Enterprise data-driven applications, with the modern data management platform as a foundation, are the future of software. Newer capabilities are enabling businesses to leverage and capitalize on data like never before. We have compiled this resource kit to help you learn latest trends and go beyond MDM with reliable data, relevant insights, and recommended actions.
451 research matt aslett's 2016 trends in data platforms & analytics
Ramon Chen, Reltio's CMO sat down in an exclusive conversation with renowned research analyst Matt Aslett to discuss his recently published report "2016 Trends in Data Platform and Analytics". Watch the video.
from data management to data driven - five trends
Five key trends that are helping organizations to capitalize on their data, go beyond vanilla data management, and become a data-driven business. Read more.
forrester Data TEchnology pathfinder 2016
If you are responsible for data management strategy and platforms, this new report just published is a must read. It outlines the varied and complex data management landscape and what to expect as data technology and solutions evolve. Download the report.
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Understanding relationships between different data entities is critical for decision-making in any organization. Sales, marketing, finance, and support waste countless hours searching for information and requesting new reports. This information should be readily available, on-demand. Data-driven applications running on Commercial Graph deliver such information enabling informed decision-making across the organization.
An insiders view on why Sapphire Ventures invested in Reltio's Series C round
Reltio Cloud Nominated for 5 DBTA Readers' Choice Awards 2017. Vote for your favorite product at http://www.dbta.com/ReadersChoice/2017/Vote.aspx
Unlike other awards programs that rely on editorial staff's evaluations, the DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards are unique in that the winning information management solutions are chosen by the readers, the people who actually use them.
NEA, Sapphire Ventures lead the round, reinforcing market’s demand for a new generation of data-driven applications powered by modern data management
A First Look write-up about Reltio Cloud by industry thought leader, James Taylor.
In this data-driven minute video Derek Strauss, Chief Executive Officer, Gavroshe, talks about his experiences as a Chief Data Officer (CDO) and guides those new to the CDO role. If you are a new CDO or bringing one on board, this video is a must watch.
In this Data-driven minute video, Michael Zubey, Chief Strategy Officer, HighPoint Soltuion talks about current trends in life science industry and how modern data management is helping the pre-commercial pharma and bio-tech companies with faster product launches.
We sat down with Jim LaLonde, Managing Director, Accenture Interactive to discuss data management in the age of the customer.
DM must give your business fast access to all of the data and analytics it needs to grow revenue and profits, both now and in the near future. Data is critical to virtually every function of the business, including R&D, operations, CX, marketing, sales execution, customer service, and finance. Your next-generation DM strategy must be informed by the current and future requirements of your entire business, or it will be doomed to fail. But your DM strategy also must be pragmatic in order for you to implement it successfully. A real-time DM platform is not a nice-to-have. It’s a necessity in the age of the customer. To satisfy customers at their greatest moments of need, you need a strategy that enables people to self-serve the data and insights they need to make informed decisions. Your platform must help you be agile enough to keep pace with the market.
Companies often misinterpret customer experience to mean the experience at the last touchpoint. They train customer service and sales people to be customer-centric, create the best online and mobile UI and invest in social engagement and listening. However, all these investments are futile if the underlying operations are not equipped to support the customer journey.