Slideshow 11 top reference data management products

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  • March 21 2017, 6:30am EDT
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ASG metaRDM

MetaRDM is a business user-friendly product that offers integrated/common UI across metaRDM, business glossary and Rochade metadata repository apps, according to the MDM Institute. It features foundational compliance support via integrated data lineage and impact analysis capabilities, centralized governance, management, stewardship and distribution.

Collibra Reference Data Accelerator

Reference Data Accelerator offers centralized governance, management, stewardship and distribution, the MDM Institute notes. It is a business user-friendly product with strong taxonomy support and mappings. It has a cloud-based SaaS option, and model-driven ease of deployment, implementation and use.

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IBM Reference Data Management Hub

Reference Data Hub is a purpose-built, commercially proven RDM, according to the MDM Institute. It utilizes an IBM MDM foundation and has full function with strong taxonomy support and mappings. It is known for its ease of deployment, implementation and use.

Kalido by Magnitude Reference Data Management

Kalido offers rich visual modeling, enterprise-scalable architecture, and customizable user interfaces for business self-service, the MDM Institute says. It has an embedded workflow engine for embedded stewardship and governance, and an embedded domain-agnostic matching engine. It offers sophisticated time variance and data and workflow level security.

Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management

This product offers compatibility with Oracle EPM. According to the MDM Institute, it offers a corollary DRG workflow engine for stewardship and governance, has enterprise-scalable architecture, and sophisticated hierarchy management. It also offers data and workflow level security, and customizable user interfaces for business self-service.

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Orchestra Networks EBX5 for RDM

Networks EBX5 is a fully integrated MDM/MDG/RDM product, according to the MDM Institute. It can be used as RDM or integrated with MDG and MDM. It has enterprise-scalable MDM with RDM built-in. This product has a business user focus, is configurable, with role-specific, data-driven UIs. It also offers strong dimension and hierarchy management.

Profisee Maestro (Reference Data)

Maestro is bundled as part of an MDM product suite, the MDM Institute explains. It offers physical and logical industry models via Erwin and XML specification. It is targeted at the banking, insurance, healthcare, gaming and hospitality markets. Maestro offers strong support for selective merging of metadata from physical MDM reference metadata, logical models in Erwin and external data.

Semarchy Agile RDM

Agile RDM offers iterative, agile methodology, according to the MDM Institute. It features a flexible architecture and a single platform for MDM and RDM. Its semantic model enables flexibility to manage simple-to-complex reference data, and its workbench simplifies physical MDM and allows focus on logical model.

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Software AG WebMethods OneData 9.9

OneData is a robust solution for centralized data governance, management, stewardship and distribution, the MDM Institute explains. It is a proven multi-domain RDM product. If features deep cross-referencing/hierarchy capabilities with impact analysis. It has strong taxonomy support and mappings for public and private reference data.

Teradata LRDM

Teradata MDM always focused on reference data for EDW, the MDM Institute notes. Teradata LRDM includes hierarchy management, workflow and versioning. It has strong Excel integration and is known for its ease of deployment, implementation and use.

TopQuadrant TopBraid RDM

TopBraid RDM is a robust web-based self-service product with a focus on integration with other tools to provide ‘full spectrum’ reference data, the MDM Institute explains. It features model-driven ease of deployment, use and extension. It support comprehensive ‘metadata about reference data’ and has strong taxonomy and mappings and crosswalks.