Magnitude in the News
Business North Carolina mentions Magnitude Software’s hire of Tony Fisher in its People to watch section.
Information Management mentions Magnitude Software’s hire of Tony Fisher in its Data leaders on the move in August section.
Increasingly, companies turn to machines to identify critical insights in today’s vast and varied pools of data. With the “finding” part covered, business users can focus on what do with the needles rather than searching for them. A challenge, however, is in making the right data – and insights, consumable by end users.
No longer expected – or expecting – to simply curate accounting data, the Office of the CFO is sharpening its strategic chops. To participate in strategically planning the trajectory of a business as well as accurately forecast results, the CFO must become the arbiter of critical data pools across the organization.
With all the hype around becoming a ‘data-driven company’ starting to feel a bit aspirational, one key rally point does hold true for all companies: the opportunity to gain competitive advantage from data is lost without a way to manage all the information in a meaningful way. Read full article >
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.