Will deploy EBX5 for global reference data management program
As a global travel technology organization, Sabre must manage complex service offerings across multiple channels, partners, and regions. They will deploy EBX5 in a global reference data management program to ensure that the reference data that is shared across business applications is accurate and consistent, providing an essential foundation for operational efficiency. With EBX5, highly networked data can be managed and made available to downstream business users and systems.
Orchestra Networks’ EBX5 is an end-to-end, model-driven, flexible software solution for managing enterprise master data. With EBX5, business users, data stewards and IT experts have the ability to collaborate using one single, unified platform and to manage and govern MDM/RDM content through a full range of capabilities including data modeling, integrated data quality, hierarchy management, governance workflow, and sophisticated version control. The product’s intuitive and business-user-focused interface puts companies on the fast track to achieve the strategic goal of managing and governing their most important asset: data.
“Sabre’s technology is used by more than a billion people around the world to plan, search and book their travel, which means we process more data than most of the world’s largest banks,” said
“We are pleased to have been selected by Sabre as the foundation for their reference data management program,” said Christophe Barriolade, President and CEO of Orchestra Networks. “It is exciting that an organization such as Sabre recognizes the business value of having consistent, well-governed reference data available to business users and systems. We are proud that our EBX5 will be a key enabler for Sabre’s reference data management requirements.”
Further information on customers who use EBX5 is available from Orchestra Networks at www.orchestranetworks.com/about/.
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