New integration capability, powered by iPaaS leader Workato, accelerates time to value
Redwood City, Calif. — October 21, 2021 — Reltio, an award-winning provider of the first cloud-native, software-as-a-service (SaaS) data platform used by companies worldwide to accelerate the value of their data, today announced the launch of a new simplified integration platform, Reltio Integration Hub, as part of its latest Reltio Connected Data Platform release 2021.3. Reltio’s new low-code/no-code integration capability is powered by Workato, a leader in enterprise automation.
Reltio Integration Hub empowers our customers to manage their end-to-end data value acceleration lifecycle. By rapidly integrating data sources and consumers with Reltio’s modern data management offering, customers can now speed up time to value from their data assets. It also offers comprehensive capabilities to automate data orchestration and enables activation by distributing trusted data to unlimited decision points in an insight-ready form.
Over a thousand pre-built connectors and integration workflows available in the platform simplify building real-time, bidirectional data pipelines from databases, apps, files, and data warehouses to Reltio. The low-code integration environment also removes the need for specialized skill sets for integration development and allows easier collaboration between IT and citizen integrators to remove data silos together.
“We are excited to expand the availability and use of unified, trusted data across the organization with Reltio Integration Hub, which will help to increase the value gained from data-driven applications and propel digital transformation,” Manish Sood, Founder and CTO for Reltio. “IT teams and citizen integrators can build automated workflows to get data to and from Reltio and any number of SaaS applications in just hours or days, as well as reduce IT workload and operational costs, and allow organizations to focus on innovation.”
“Digital transformation requires boundless access to timely, trusted data. Innovation amplifies when this data is delivered through automated processes without heavy dependencies on technical skill sets,” said Gautham Viswanathan, co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Workato. “We’ve worked hard to democratize integration to fuel their innovation through automation. Workato’s low-code, iPaaS offering embedded in Reltio's cloud-native, multi-domain MDM solution delivers a secure, robust, yet agile foundation for data-driven automation within organizations.”
Reltio Integration Hub is available to all customers as part of the base package with a fair usage policy. Reltio provides additional integration options, including built-in data loader, event streaming capabilities, data APIs, and partner connectors, which will continue to be supported and enhanced.
Reltio disrupted the master data management (MDM) market when it launched the first cloud-native, software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform in 2011. Our solution synthesizes multi-source, complex data into a single source of trusted information, is agile enough to fit company needs, and can flex at will – for accelerated data value creation, and ongoing effectiveness. The Reltio Connected Data Platform is compliant and secure, so companies can make data actionable with impact and confidence.
Reltio serves a diverse set of users from start-ups to global enterprises in more than 140 countries, across multiple industries. Reltio customers comprise global pharmaceutical and life sciences companies, market leaders in healthcare, financial services, and technology, major travel and hospitality brands, and prestigious international consumer brands in fashion, retail, and personal care. Reltio has received multiple industry awards and recognition, including the Ventana Research Digital Innovation award, Inc. 5000, Deloitte Technology Fast 500), the Constellation ShortList, and is recognized as a Best Software as a Service Finalist in the 2021 Cloud Awards, among other distinctions. To learn more about Reltio, visit www.reltio.com.
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