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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Consumers are increasingly challenging the business practices of organizations and forcing them to take an ethical or political stance. Being able to prove ethical practices is becoming a differentiator for businesses.
Reltio has been named to Database Trends and Applications’ “Big Data 50” list, which recognizes the “most companies that matter most in big data.” Reltio is one of 50 companies highlighted in the September edition of Database Trends and Applications magazine and on its website at dbta.com
We sat down with Zoltan Gombosi, VP of Engineering and Operations, Reltio to discuss designing a high-performance and scalable platform in the cloud.
The Inc 5000 2017 is a list of the fast-growing private companies in America. Inc.com includes private American companies in the categories of: advertising and marketing, business products and services, computer hardware, construction, consumer products and services, education, energy, engineering, environmental sciences, financial services, food and beverage, government services, health, human resources, insurance, IT Services and more.
Reltio products among the top 3 finalists in 3 major categories in the 2017 DBTA Readers Choice awards. Other finalists included AWS, Microsoft Azure.
Congrats to AstraZeneca's CIO David Smoley #30 on the 2017 CIO 100, recognizing the most transformative and disruptive CIOs in the UK. In this interview David discusses the technologies he leverages which includes Reltio for Master Data Management (MDM).
Inc. magazine today ranked Reltio No. 153 on its 36th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. Reltio was also honored in the top 10 fastest growing Software companies, and ranked #7 among all private companies in San Francisco.
When an organization intends to use big data to become smarter and more competitive, the standard approach is to modernize its analytical capabilities. The current environment now regularly generates data volumes that far exceed all content officially recorded throughout human history. A modern analytical application promises to generate more insight and help you spot new market trends faster than before.
Today, the key trait for hiring experienced tech team members that I look for is their ability to "unlearn." While the years of experience and patterns are very relevant, they can get in the way of solving today's problems. The ability to innovate comes from our ability to think differently, while leveraging our past experiences, to "be right faster."
Data Architecture has changed completely since its early days, and likely due to newer trends such as the Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Microservices, Advanced Analytics, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, and emergent technologies like Blockchain will continue to alter even more far into the future.