Software AG today announced the introduction of process-driven Master Data Management through the acquisition of New Jersey-based Data Foundations Inc. Data Foundations is a leading provider of Master Data Management (MDM) software, used to optimise an organisation's business performance. MDM gives organisations consistent and reliable information from differing data sources which can be utilised by virtually any system, service oriented architecture (SOA) application or automated business process. The availability of consistent data across the organisation will maximise process quality and enable faster more precise business decisions by corporations and the public sector. Organisations with a single and reliable view of business critical data will have laid a key foundation for strategic business optimisation. Software AG chose Data Foundations to extend its webMethods product portfolios based on its strategic fit with key corporate strengths including: ease-of-use, superior customer satisfaction, a strong Governance focus, deep integration capabilities and high transaction volumes.
Software AG today announced that it has been named a Leader in the August 2010 report by Forrester Research, Inc., The Forrester Waveâ„¢: Business Process Management Suites, Q3 2010, receiving some of its top scores in services as well as process modelling and collaborative design. Forrester Research, Inc. stated: 'The IDS Scheer acquisition gives Software AG one of the deepest benches for process skills and capabilities in the market.'
A new consulting offering from IDS Scheer AG, a Software AG company, allows businesses a quick transition into agile supply chain management (SCM). This enables them to react rapidly to changes in the market and increase their liquidity without endangering production or delivery capabilities. The solution is based on a four-step method that determines the best alignment of disposition parameters. Customers receive proposals for improving their supply chain within three weeks.
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