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Data at Your Service

A few weeks ago I attended the Gartner MDM conference in Las Vegas. There were a good mix of newbies to MDM, experienced customers who can now claim to be MDM veterans, analysts on all key and complimentary topics, an... Read More..
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In last week's blog, we talked about the value of Master Data Management (MDM) and how MDM can provide a consolidated view of key information inside the company such as the customers, products, or suppliers. This week, we will look... Read More..
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In the past few weeks, the two largest independent Master Data Management (MDM) vendors, Initiate and Siperian, were acquired by IBM and Informatica. Inside any company that is big enough to run their business on application software (packaged or internally... Read More..
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For five years I've wanted a dashboard to bring together the key metrics in the company - I still don't have one. - CEO, Fortune 500 company We started out moving a few files every night to keep our data... Read More..
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The Data at Your Service blog will tackle pressing data integration and data access challenges experienced by today's enterprise with a focus on getting the right information, in the right form , at the right time to achieve operational responsiveness.

John Goodson

John Goodson is the executive leader of the Enterprise Data Solutions group at Progress Software. A well-known data connectivity expert and author of, "The Data Access Handbook: Achieving Optimal Database Application Performance and Scalability" published by Prentice Hall, John has worked closely with Sun Microsystems and Microsoft on the development and evolution of database connectivity standards including J2EE, JDBC, .NET, ODBC and ADO.NET. He has served on the ANSI H2 Committee responsible for building the SQL standard and is an active participant in Java standards committees, including the JDBC Expert Group and Java Rowsets.


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