Kalido updates its master data management platform

Content Management

by CBR Staff Writer| 24 April 2012

New Kalido MDM will provide tools for business users to directly participate in the management process

Information management software provider Kalido has introduced the new release of Kalido MDM that will engage business data experts in the creation, management and expansion of master data.

The new release will provide tools for business users to directly participate in the management process, improving the overall quality, speed and business impacts.

The latest release of Kalido MDM also delivers a golden copy master data fast, as existing assets are reused and business application users contribute directly

It also sustains a 'stay-clean' data environment through operational synchronisation of 'clean-up' and 'operationalized' master data management, resulting a MDM application that further engages the business data experts to deliver accurate and consistent master data to business processes.

The new application expands business participation in the master data management program through direct integration into business applications through a model-driven API and callable MDM applets. It includes audience-specific interfaces for data stewards, business process operators, and information consumers.

The new Kalido MDM will import existing application or data models into a business user-friendly graphical business model and it includes a flexible interfaces for universal access from browsers, mobile devices, analytical and operational applications.

Daymon Worldwide CIO Mark Bieler said, "This new release will make it significantly easier for those experts to take part in the management of master data by using interfaces that are tailored to their respective roles."

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