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DataFlux grows New Zealand business

DataFlux grows New Zealand business

Data management experts DataFlux is bringing its Data Management Platform to New Zealand.

According to the company, the launch of the unified data management platform in Australia and New Zealand will open the door to new growth opportunities, alongside the development of its existing data integration and data quality deployments in the region.

“DataFlux has been working alongside enterprises that are looking seriously at implementing enterprisewide data management projects,” said Saul Cunningham, managing director of DataFlux Australia and New Zealand.

According to Cunningham, “DataFlux has integrated the key elements of MDM (Master Data Management), data quality and data integration into a unified platform”.

DataFlux is working with companies trying to reduce costs as well as government agencies that are now realising the process and efficiency benefits of actively managing and consolidating their enterprise-wide data.

The launch of this platform comes after DataFlux announced the establishment of a direct present in Australia and New Zealand earlier this year.


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