ARLINGTON & STERLING, Va. — IDEA announced its strategic partnership with EnterWorks, whose Multi-Domain MDM platform will become an integral component of IDEA’s mission to be the single source of complete, high-quality data that allows businesses to make the best decisions possible.
As regulations grow stricter and compliance frameworks become more common, organizations will grow increasingly interested in dedicated data management tools, ensuring that they are keeping their data in a way that safeguards it from internal and external threats. Perhaps the most important use case for data management in the next five years will be Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In an attempt to assist you with what can become a daunting task of selecting the right product, these are the top-28 best data management platforms for 2019.
The Enterworks MDM platform features XML-based MDM architecture, which enables complex and custom data models without development. It offers highly scalable architecture for cloud or on-premise systems, a robust workflow, and deep PIM functionality.
Serving Up MDM & PIM: EnterWorks Precision Eating is on Target with Food Customer Preferences Based Insights
EnterWorks holds its 2018 EnterWorks Engage User Conference in New Orleans on September 17-19, 2018, bringing together EnterWorks’ PIM and MDM experts with its valued solution users to connect, share best practices, learn, and grow. During the Day 2 keynote and learning event, Chef Jeff Henderson will incorporate Precision EatingTM concepts into his talk as he describes his personal life journey to become a celebrity chef. Chef Jeff is both a best-selling author and the star of the TV series, “Flip My Food with Chef Jeff.”
At the recent MDM & Data Governance Summit, held July 11-13 in Chicago, MDM Institute Chief Research Officer Aaron Zornes offered his annual picks for the top vendors in the MDM space. In part one of a two-part series, we look at the first 14 companies and products named to the list. Enterworks Enable v8.2 was among those named on the list. Enterworks features XML-based MDM architecture, which enables complex and custom data models without development. It offers a robust workflow and business processes management engine, and its dashboard interface delivers greater visibility and control.
EnterWorks works with companies to fit the solution to their business needs as supported in the EnterWorks MDM Enable™ 9 release announced in April, 2018. EnterWorks configures their solution according to the client’s business environment, leveraging their products to manage data, establish data relationships, establish customer-product relationships, and enhance data models–all without coding. A fast, template-driven implementation process is used for all modules within their MDM platform: product information management (PIM), digital asset management (DAM), portals for supplier and sales and service, workflow and syndication engines, support for PLM and make-to-order products, and web/physical print.
Transparency and technology are converging online and offline to deliver promising opportunities for consumer goods companies to address the growing demand for detailed product content. In this month’s CGTech Tips, EnterWorks presents three steps product manufacturers should take to respond to this trend and better engage with consumers.
As published on the Modern Restaurant Management website – EnterWorks unveiled its Precision Eating™ solution. The trademarked, multi-domain solution is designed to match consumer preferences in food consumption to the precise nutrient and related elements of the food and beverage offerings of sellers, whether the consumer is online, in-store, or dining in.
Precision Eating specifically addresses the challenges many consumers face today as they sort through food labels and advertisements, including:
Master data management solutions provider EnterWorks has teamed with Dassault Systèmes to bring virtual reality technology into the store planning process. Named “Storeytelling,” the joint solution “recaptures the essence of merchandising and product stories in creating compelling visual experiences, linking virtual reality to assortment planning and planogramming and ultimately enabling a mobile, augmented shopping reality for in-store,” according to a release announcing the partnership.