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Stibo Systems puts an end to disparate data with launch of Connector Gallery

Demand for enterprise interoperability drives development of customer open data management solution

Aarhus, Denmark, September 30th, 2021 – Stibo Systems, a global leader in multidomain Master Data Management (MDM) solutions, has launched a new way of enabling its customers to seamlessly connect with internal and external master data via the Connector Gallery.

The Connector Gallery is in response to a growing need for interoperability between enterprise systems. While it has always been easy to connect our open software solutions with various other systems and platforms, Stibo is now enabling its customers to have all these options in one place, as well as access new services.

Doug Kimball, Vice President Solution Strategy of Stibo Systems, commented: “The Connector Gallery offers quick access to third-party solutions, standards or technologies that our solutions exchange data, communicate or work with. All in all, our customers have the opportunity to choose from 79 offerings to connect with. We are adding more every month, which are easily accessed directly on our website.”

Users can choose from add-ons, extensions, analytics, content services and more. There are also customer relationship management services and digital asset management platform connections that the Gallery enables access to.

“We are providing a high level of interoperability with other systems, applications, and processes. This enables our customers to implement, execute and maintain master data management governance across their enterprise. By doing this, our customers can deliver high levels of data transparency between systems that help them drive better customer experience,” concludes Kimball.

This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Ella Jenkins .

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