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Master Data Management

OpenText Process Suite

Today’s business environment is rapidly changing, and the challenges posed by globalisation require not only agility, but also absolute consistency and reliability of data and information. OpenText Cordys Master Data Management software solutions increase flexibility, control, and visibility of end-to-end business processes. It continuously improves business processes across the entire organisation, and beyond it.

Master Data Management Software Benefits:

  • Gives you access to synchronised data from disparate sources across applications, departments, and geographies
  • Shows single view of relevant master data
  • Allows for real-time monitoring of business processes which span multiple application silos
  • Publishes information related to critical business processes

Use OpenText Cordys Master Data Management to build and deploy trusted data hubs, customised to the needs and goals of your enterprise. Identify producers, consumers, and sources of master data; collect and analyse metadata; implement a data governance programme; and set up an infrastructure that integrates various data sources.

Master data synchronisation, data consolidation, data aggregation and publication of information related to critical business processes are particularly important for organisations dealing with e-business, enrichment of data in a product catalogue for webshops, compliancy issues and risk management. Cordys Master Data Management offers a process driven, customer-centric approach to information management.

Master Data Management Solution Details:

OpenText Cordys Master Data Management tools offers:

  • Pluggable architecture (using third party data quality tools)
  • Near real-time data synchronisation
  • Master data, business object life cycle management
  • Event-driven object life cycle management
  • Strong workflow capabilities
  • Works in publish - subscribe model
  • Support for web services
  • Supports all relevant Master Data Management patterns (Registry, Co-existence, Transactional)