Reltio was founded on a single premise: Companies who leverage their data have a significant competitive advantage. Our CEO Manish Sood helped bring to market the first generation of Master Data Management (MDM). During that time he saw the limits of first-generation technology and the opportunities of building a new platform natively in the cloud. He set out to build Reltio with a vision to create a simple way for companies to continuously organize their data, through a Platform that uses that foundation of trusted data for recommended actions, and then measures results to learn, and improve business outcomes.
Leading tech giants —like Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google—have already mastered this by developing systems that allow them to put data at the heart of every decision, build analytics into operations, and continuously learn about their customers, products and their relationships. Every single day they learn and grow.
Despite billions in investments focused on the types of technologies used by these giants, the business goals have been largely unattainable for most enterprises until now. Reltio solves this with a platform that brings together the best of modern technologies, in a evolutionary way to achieve optimal business results:
1) Organize data across all sources and formats
2) Use machine learning to recommend actions and help make better decisions
3) Measure and improve operations
The Reltio Cloud Platform continuously improves data quality, create a closed loop between your business actions and new incoming data for relevant, actionable insight, and to ultimately measure and fuel your operations.
Developed natively in the cloud, Reltio provides all the benefits of cloud like simplicity, scale, and security. On top of that, Reltio breaks down data silos by providing a unified data set with personalized views of data across departments like sales, marketing and compliance. They can then confidently leverage the same data, continue to enrich, and be data-driven in their day-to-day business processes.