These new offerings expand on IBM and SAP's global alliance partnership to help clients optimize their SAP ...
Other content in this Stream
Syniti Knowledge Platform awarded Best Data Governance Solution in the DBTA Readers' Choice Awards 2021
View From the Top by Kevin Campbell, Syniti CEO
Syniti is proud to be named to the Database Trends and Applications list of 100 companies that matter most in data.
Syniti, a global leader in Enterprise Data Management, announced today it achieved record growth in 2020, including the biggest Q4 in company history in both software and services.
Looking at the five main stages in the M&A process, it is possible to identify the critical role that data plays throughout the M&A process.
In 2021, as markets and economies stabilize, enterprise data operations will play a key role in revitalizing, reimagining, and driving growth.
Being data-driven is the goal of all companies, whether long established or born digital.
Data management and integration demands continue to increase as organizations are faced with more data flowing in from a greater variety sources than ever before.
5 Things You Need to Know to Create an Extremely Bingeable Podcast
FrieslandCampina uses Syniti Knowledge Platform for data governance and data quality to improve its SAP ERP and other enterprise systems.
Syniti is further deepening its strategic collaboration with SAP Data Management and Landscape Transformation (DMLT) Services for customers moving to SAP S/4HANA via selective data transition (SDT).
These new offerings expand on IBM and SAP's global alliance partnership to help clients optimize their SAP software workloads.
Key data management trends have emerged that are shaping the capabilities of IT products and services for 2020 and beyond.
Founded to solve enterprises’ most complex data challenges, Syniti is proud to accept the DBTA 2020 Trend-Setting Products recognition for our Syniti Data Stewardship Platform (DSP) software.
Syniti is the 2019 DBTA Readers' Choice Award Winner for Best Data Quality Solution
The AI race worldwide is on, but businesses are neglecting the first piece of the puzzle – getting their data in order.