Magnitude Releases Kalido Data Warehouse Automation for the Cloud

Accelerate Faster Business Value with Kalido Data Warehouse Automation for the Cloud

2020 is ushering in an accelerated phase of cloud growth as more businesses seek to take advantage of the usability, scalability, and flexibility of cloud solutions and shift more of their data to the cloud.

However, effective data management and improving data quality in the cloud is no easy endeavor. Ensuring agility in your data warehouse is the foundation for success and we’ve now released Kalido Dynamic Information Warehouse (DIW) for the cloud, our original and best data warehouse automation technology on the native cloud, specifically for Azure customers.

Why this matters

Automation, agility, and speed are part of the Kalido DNA. We’re dramatically accelerating the ability for businesses to deliver business value faster through our model-driven data warehouse automation with all of the benefits of the cloud —lower cost of ownership, zero maintenance, lower risk and via a subscription model.

We’re empowering our customers with significant time, resource and effort savings in their Kalido DIW projects compared to traditional data warehouse design, build and operation experiences. But don’t just take our word for it.

Among the key customer benefits:

  • Through automation, everything from designing, building, and operating a data warehouse can be achieved much faster compared to traditional data warehouse development and implementation methods.
  • As a result, business teams gain access to the data they need for analysis and decision-making faster, in an environment that is much easier to keep current with constant business-driven change. Furthermore, with DIW in the cloud, businesses can innovate even faster in solving their most complex data challenges.
  • The combination of our business information modeling and data warehouse automation solutions is helping today’s data-driven businesses eliminate manual tasks, reduce project risks and lead to improved data quality.

Interested in developing and deploying a high-quality data foundation for analytics in 90 days or less with Dynamic Information Warehouse (DIW) in the cloud?  Let’s have a conversation

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