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Realizing the Full Potential of MDM

MDM implementations require substantial investments in not only time and money, but also in hardware, physical space, and resources. Unfortunately, many companies that have already made these investments are unable to unlock the full potential of their customer, product, supplier and other data, once mastered. This is not because of any strategic weakness of MDM, but because MDM systems can only focus on two core functions, but not those that focus on transactional data. Read this solution brief to learn how MDM combined with data virtualization can enable a complete view of the customer,...

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Vodafone Reduces Service Response Time by 66% and Improves Overall Quality of Customer Service Using Denodo Data Virtualization

In order to optimize their customer service response time and to improve the overall customer experience, Vodafone needed to provide integrated customer information to their call centers and customer portals. For that Vodafone chose the Denodo Platform, to provide a single access point to all the information needed. The Denodo solution offered them the ability to extract data from multiple internal information systems (CRM, billing, support incidents, provisioning, data warehouse, etc.), providing their customer service agents a unified real-time view of their clients.For more information on...

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Pantex Case Study: How Pantex Leveraged Data Virtualization to Reduce Training, Licensing and Maintenance Costs

How Pantex Used Data Virtualization to Share Sensitive Information Across Facilities to Maintain the Nuclear Weapons StockpileFaced with rising costs and increasing security risks, the NNSA established the Product Realization Integrated Digital Enterprise (PRIDE) program to securely deliver weapon product lifecycle information to engineers, scientists, and other users across different sites in North America. Sponsored by the NNSA, and with funding of about $30 million a year, the PRIDE program is a multi-year initiative to develop and manage a portfolio of applications. Nuclear weapon...

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Curing Advanced Data Ailments Using Data Virtualization to Aid Worldwide War on Cancer

Two of the 27 institutes that make up the National Institutes of Health (NIH), nation’s medical research agency, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) joined forces to execute on a project known as The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA). The TCGA mission is to catalog the genetic mutations responsible for cancer using genome sequencing and bioinformatics. They collaborated with the International Cancer Genome Consortium (ICGC), a collaboration of the world’s leading cancer and genomic researchers, to making the genome data available to a larger...

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