Magnitude in the News
ITProPortal features perspectives from Magnitude Software CTO, Darren Peirce, who poses the question, “Can the data fragmentation caused by the adoption of SaaS and the cloud be undone?”
Recently, Upside (upside.tdwi.org) asked me to share my thoughts on being a CTO, over-hyped trends, and the use of analytics. Regarding the latter: the real opportunity for data analytics and data science is in moving from real-time decision making to future-state modeling by way of advances in AI and machine learning.
Database Trends and Applications features Magnitude’s new partnership with Hitachi Solutions America, Ltd. The article details how the partnership, “will combine Hitachi Solution’s capabilities in the Microsoft Dynamics ecosystem with Magnitude’s enterprise MDM software to offer an MDM and analytics solution that addresses the growing problem of data fragmentation.”
eWeek details the rationale behind Magnitude Software’s acquisition of Simba Technologies. The article covers how Simba expands Magnitude’s corporate performance management (CPM), master data management (MDM) and data connectivity capabilities.
Austin Inno Beat, the weekly tech newsletter based in Austin, mentions Magnitude Software’s Simba acquisition in its NEW MONEY section.
CMSWire covers the Simba Technologies acquisition as a perfect fit to Magnitude Software’s strategic plans to expand its data integration capabilities and accelerate the company’s ability to put data into the hands of business users.
Computer Dealer News highlights Magnitude Software’s acquisition of Simba Technologies. The article details how Simba will help Magnitude expand its expertise in the enterprise information management and corporate performance management areas, along with its master data management and data connectivity capabilities.
Silicon Hills News features the news about the Simba Technologies acquisition. Magnitude Softwares’s CEO Chris Ney and Simba’s CEO Amyn Rajan are both quoted, expressing excitement about the acquisition.
KMWorld explains how the Simba Technologies acquisition will expand Magnitude’s corporate performance management, master data management, and data connectivity capabilities.
Database Trends and Applications discusses Magnitude Software’s acquisition of Simba Technologies. “The acquisition will allow native connectivity to be embedded into Magnitude Software’s offerings to harmonize business-critical master data, such as customer and product data, in an enterprise landscape that is increasingly fragmented.”