Research Firm States Semarchy Revolutionizes MDM Using Modern Cloud Architecture and Agile Methods
San Francisco, CA, April 3, 2019 – Semarchy, the Intelligent Data Hub™ Company, announced that it has been categorized as a Strong Performer in the recent report “The Forrester Wave™: Master Data Management, Q1 2019.”
According to the report, “Semarchy’s product strategy is to continue to simplify the user interface, add collaboration capabilities, involve more stewards, and produce meaningful dashboards. Its customer references appreciate the ease of implementation, deployment, and use; the ability to adapt to the organization; and the time to deliver the Semarchy product.”
“We built Semarchy on the premise that data projects shouldn’t cost millions or take years to implement,” said Semarchy founder and CEO, Salah Kamel. “I am beyond pleased that the industry is recognizing, in my view, what has always been at the heart of our business and product – agility and an ease of use that empowers anyone to be a data champion.”
Forrester assessed 12 vendors as part of this report, using a 29-criterion evaluation system. The report states that a third generation of MDM solutions is on the way, “for which flexibility, data virtualization, and data syndication are key, with more stakeholders involved in governing data.”
Simplifying MDM adoption with various technologies including SemQL language and auto-generation of forms, Semarchy provides an agile approach to master data management.
Download the Semarchy Company & Product Overview report that outlines our overall vision, strategy and product features.
About Semarchy: Semarchy is the Intelligent Data Hub™ company. Its xDM platform empowers organizations of any size to build data applications quickly, with fast time to value. A single software platform for governance, master, reference and application data management as well as data quality, enrichment, and workflows means that trusted information projects can be delivered without the wasted time of cobbling together bits of software, interfaces, and integration layers.