BackOffice Associates’ Data Stewardship Platform Receives Premier Data Management Honor
South Harwich, MA – August 11, 2015
BackOffice Associates, the worldwide leader in information governance and data modernization solutions, today announced that its Data Stewardship Platform (DSP) won a Database Trends and Applications’ (DBTA) 2015 Readers’ Choice Award for Best Data Governance Solution.
BackOffice Associates’ DSP is a next-generation, uniform platform of functions and capabilities designed specifically to help customers keep pace with rapidly changing business conditions that affect data quality and information governance. The DSP delivers the core data quality, data migration and information governance functionality required by business users to achieve business-ready data.
“Receiving this honor from DBTA’s readership further validates our expertise in empowering business users to manage all of their complex information governance needs, including aligning data initiatives with key business processes to drive intended results,” said David Booth, president and CEO of BackOffice Associates. “BackOffice will continue to offer organizations market-leading data management solutions and guidance to help them achieve long-term data quality and information governance success.”
DBTA’s Readers’ Choice Awards are chosen annually by the publication’s readers in nearly 30 categories. The full list of winners will be highlighted online and in the August/September issue of Database Trends and Applications magazine.
BackOffice Associates was also recently named to the DBTA 100 2015, Database Trends and Applications’ list of the companies that matter most in data.
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