BackOffice Associates Honored on DBTA Big Data 50 List

September 16, 2016 Rex Ahlstrom

Further validating our market leadership position in the world of enterprise data management innovation, we’re pleased to announce BackOffice Associates’ inclusion in Database Trends and Applications’ 2nd annual Big Data 50 list! The list includes forward-thinking companies that are expanding what is possible in managing and deriving value from data.

BackOffice Associates delivers on the promise of big data through integration and data replication features that connect to systems such as Hadoop, SAP HANA and Teradata. The ability to rationalize data from nearly any source and make it available to business applications is becoming one of the most important features of data management systems today. 

Our solutions’ replication functionality address both structured and unstructured data, helping businesses cope with an increased focus on combined social and transactional information. BackOffice adds key capabilities beyond just rationalizing various data types, providing feature-rich software applications and a platform to drive high-value data governance, data quality and data transformation projects for on-premise or cloud systems.

We're so excited to be featured on this year's Big Data 50 list and hope to make it again next year!


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Rex Ahlstrom

Rex Ahlstrom, Chief Strategy & Technology Officer at Syniti, has over 32 years of technology industry leadership experience. He specializes in enterprise software within the data integration and information management space. Rex is responsible for Syniti’s current product strategy and technology in addition to analyst engagement and partnership development. Rex is a member of the Forbes Technology Council.

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