Redwood Shores, June 15, 2017 – Reltio, the enterprise data-driven applications and Modern Data Management Platform as a Service (PaaS) company, today announced that it has been named to Database Trends and Applications’ “DBTA 100” list, which recognizes the “most companies that matter most in data.” Reltio is one of 100 companies highlighted in the special June edition of Database Trends and Applications magazine and on its website at http://www.dbta.com/Editorial/Trends-and-Applications/DBTA-100-2017—The-Companies-That-Matter-Most-in-Data-118003.aspx
Reltio was featured in a list with the largest public companies in the world such as Microsoft, Oracle and IBM, and was 1 of only 32 companies to contribute to the DBTA “view from the top”.
“A new generation of Modern Data Management Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings are designed to establish a reliable data foundation with built-in MDM,” said Ajay Khanna, VP Product Marketing, Reltio. “It delivers MDM as a seamless, integral part of an overall data management platform that produces data-driven applications with relevant analytics and recommended actions for business users.
Modern Data Management PaaS characteristics include:
- MDM as a core, it delivers fast time to value with consumer-grade, data-driven applications.
- Big data scale, with a commercial graph to uncover relationships between people, products, and places.
- Integrated Data as a Service (DaaS), with third-party data available on-demand.
- Collaborative data curation with required security and governance.
- Predictive analytics and machine learning for informed decision management.
- Multi-tenant Cloud with no impact upgrades and immediate access to new technology.
Ultimately, a Modern Data Management PaaS must deliver business applications with reliable data, role-based guided assistance to users and ease of use, similar to consumer applications, like Facebook and LinkedIn. Evolving to the next generation PaaS and data-driven apps is easier than you think. Visit reltio.com/evolve to see how to get to Modern Data Management.”