New! NoetixViews Workbench training available in the Magnitude Software Virtual Classroom

Since 2012, more than 400 people have enrolled in Kalido product training courses in the Virtual Classroom. The training courses combine multi-media text and video content with lots of hands-on experience working directly with the software.  Now, I’m excited to announce that the first Noetix product training course is available online.

Now Available: Noetix Generator for Tableau

We are pleased to introduce Noetix Generator for Tableau, the newest member of the Noetix family of Generators.  By creating simplified mappings of the data structures within Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) in the form of business views and analytics models, Noetix Generator unlocks the power of Tableau with intuitive access to rich business metadata for […]

What does 2016 hold for the Enterprise Information Management market?

Here we are in the middle of December, in this lull when we reflect over the past twelve months and look forward to what awaits us in the coming year.  Given the recent articles (by industry analysts, vendors and the media) predicting trends and innovations in Information Management, we’ve got a lot to look forward to in 2016. Read more

Finally: Analyst Coverage of Data Warehouse Automation

In response to my colleague Stephen Pace’s blog post about the lack of a “magic quadrant” for data warehouse automation, we’re happy to report that industry analyst coverage of this growing market segment has finally occurred!

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Are Graph Databases the Shiny New Object in MDM?

I recently read a great blog post on smartdatacollective.com, From Master Data to Master Graph by Peter Perera.  I found myself agreeing with almost everything in the post, particularly once I realised he was using terminology slightly differently to how we would here at Magnitude Software (in particular I suspect he and I think of different things when we refer to “MDM Applications”).  What’s interesting is that although I’m in broad agreement with the arguments made, I’m not yet convinced with his conclusion of the post (which as I understood it is that graph database technology is the best foundation for master data management systems). Read more

Join Magnitude Software at Oracle OpenWorld 2015!

Meet us in booth #3523 WEST and enter to win one of several $500 Amazon gift cards while you check out our Featured Demonstrations:

Now Available: New Enhancements to Noetix Operational Reporting Solutions

You may have already seen our announcement introducing the new releases of NoetixViews 6.5, Noetix Enterprise Manager 2.2 and NoetixViews Workbench 2.2.  These newest versions were designed to enhance all aspects of the components within the Noetix operational reporting solution for Oracle E-Business Suite.  Read more

KMWorld Names Noetix Analytics a “Trend-Setting Product” for 2015

Thanks to KMWorld for naming Noetix Analytics 5.4 a “Trend-Setting Product” for 2015!  KMWorld’s annual list is assembled through an informal, yearlong collaboration with a judging panel consisting of colleagues, analysts, system integrators, theorists, practitioners and a select group of knowledge workers. This year, KMWorld judges reviewed more than 200 vendors, whose combined product lineups include more than 1,000 separate offerings, in order to create a final list of about 100 trend-setters. Read more

Announcing Kalido 9.1 SP2 – And a New Product

We were excited today to announce the latest release of the Kalido Information Engine, version 9.1 SP2. This release has enhancements in both our data warehouse automation capabilities and our master data management capabilities. In this post I’ll recap a few of the most notable ones.
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Fear or Greed: What’s Driving Your Information Management?

Lately we’ve been spending a fair amount of time talking to banks and investment firms about their information management challenges. One industry insider recently summed it all up for me by stating that organizations in this industry are motivated by one of two things – fear or greed. It might sound a bit crass, but that’s not a bad thing and I think it reflects the reality of the market we all, not just banks and investment firms, operate in.
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