Magnitude in the News
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.”
InsideSAP and InsideSAPAsia discuss the launch of Magnitude’s RTD Stream, and the product’s ability to structure and continuously feed ERP data into SAP S/4HANA creating a consolidated financial view of the business.
Database Trends and Applications covers the launch of RTD Stream, Magnitude’s platform that integrates heterogeneous ERP data into SAP S/4 HANA. The article highlights the product’s ability to, “extract, transform, rationalize, map, and organize Oracle ERP systems data.” It also features commentary from Magnitude’s VP of Product Strategy Mike Ormerod who discusses key benefits of the product.
eWeek presents insights from top industry leaders and influencers including James Governor, co-founder of Redmonk, Charles King, analyst at Pund-IT, Rob Enderle, founder of Enderle Group, Michael Fauscette, chief research officer at G2 Crowd, Judith Hurwitz CEO of Hurwitz Group, Jeremy Roche CEO at FinancialForce and Magnitude’s own president, Lou Guercia
Information Management spoke with John Evans, director of marketing for Magnitude Software, at the recent MDM & Data Governance Summit in San Francisco about what companies he spoke with are most struggling with when it comes to an effective MDM and data governance strategy.
Magnitude ONE includes Magnitude Software’s Kalido MDM bundled with connectivity to leading enterprise and SaaS applications, a specialized data matching engine, and online training.
Magnitude ONE is designed to provide accurate customer data for midmarket organizations, along with targeting value-added resellers (VARs) and systems integrators
Targeted at midmarket firms, Magnitude ONE provides a fast start to consolidating, cleansing, and governing data from and across multiple systems.
Built in Austin –
$993M in funding and more than $437M from exits: Austin tech just had one of its best years ever.
Magnitude Software makes its entrance at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco – October 2014.