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TopQuadrant Launches TopBraid Reference Data Manager

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tqby Angela Guess

A new article out of the company reports, “TopQuadrant™, a leading enterprise metadata and semantic data integration company, today announced the release of TopBraid Reference Data Manager™ (TopBraid RDM). With a simple point-and-click, forms-based interface TopBraid RDM makes it easy to bring consistency and accuracy to reference data management. As a Silver Sponsor and Exhibitor at Enterprise Data World in Washington, D.C. on March 29 – April 3, 2015, TopQuadrant will be giving live demos of TopBraid RDM. Please visit us at booth #315. Reference data is found in practically every enterprise application including back-end systems, front-end commerce applications, and in data warehouses. It turns other data into meaningful business information and provides an information context for the wider world in which the enterprise functions. Yet it is rarely managed well — data duplication and inconsistent mappings of reference data across applications frequently lead to costly business errors.”

The article continues, “According to Irene Polikoff, CEO and co-founder of TopQuadrant, ‘In today’s data-driven world organizations are struggling to keep up with the management of all types of data. Since reference data is the most widely shared class of data in an enterprise, the impacts of not managing it well are broad and far reaching. TopBraid RDM helps enterprises to achieve consistency in their reference data and avoid costly mistakes. Because it uses a standards-based platform for representing the meaning of data, it can serve as an integral step towards aligning semantics across many data management silos’.”

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