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Stibo Systems Releases Latest Master Data Management Offering

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Stibo Systems, the global leader in Business-first Master Data Management (MDM) solutions, today announced availability of the latest release of its award-winning MDM platform, STEP Trailblazer 8.3, in addition to the latest capabilities for Product MDM, Customer MDM, and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)—providing enhanced ease of use, built-in business workflows and advanced integrations that speed customers’ time to value. As the market continues to evolve and consumers expectations continue to increase, this latest release delivers capabilities in high demand, allowing companies to deliver a faster return on their MDM investment. To meet these demands, Stibo Systems continues to enhance and provide robust and flexible data models, standard workflows and optimized user experiences based on decades of business-focused expertise serving highly competitive markets.”

Prashant Bhatia, Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Product Strategy at Stibo Systems, commented, “Stibo Systems has without question the most flexible and scalable MDM platform on the market today, and this latest release adds even more advanced features and performance enhancements focused on driving customer value… In line with our Business-first mindset, on top of this platform we are making it easier for our customers’ to meet their ever-changing business challenges with key improvements to solutions across the board. This comprehensive, integrated offering will enable organizations to establish a Digital Business Core™ of operational information across the enterprise, ensuring high-quality and enriched data throughout the product lifecycle while providing a 360-degree view of customers.”

Read more at stibosystems.com.

Photo credit: Stibo Systems

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