See how Data Ladder helped streamline a Fortune 500 merger by rapidly cleaning and integrating data to beat their deadline by 2 months and saving hundreds of thousands of dollars in the process.
A multi-billion dollar Fortune 500 company recently underwent a major merger with another company similar in size.
Problems and inconsistencies naturally exist with every data set but until integration occurs these often go unnoticed. The company realized they needed to be able to instantly proﬁle their data and understand the issues. In order to do this data merge eﬀectively, a tool was needed that could rapidly explore the data and ﬁnd duplicates. Since ﬁve systems were being integrated into one, the tool also needed to be able to rapidly merge data from these separate entities.
Using DataMatch Enterprise™, Data Ladder’s flagship data deduplication software, the company was able to identify and resolve data quality issues in a rapid manner.
The solution provided users with an intuitive graphical interface to explore their data and locate issues they had never seen before with just a couple of clicks.
Ability to identify and resolve data quality issues
Explore data and locate issues
Reduce and avoid time and frustration
DataMatch Enterprise™ enabled the organization to beat their deadlines by two months. Locating major data issues early on helped alleviate a lot of stress in the merging process.
With the time savings, the company was able to synergize their processes in terms of productivity and cost reduction, enabling the organizations to learn about each other better.
While undergoing the data matching process, users were also able to locate 25% more matches than with the more expensive and difficult to use software.
As a result, the ROI has been enormous. The company has been able to realize several hundred thousand dollars in additional synergies compared to plan.
During your 30-day trial, you can access DataMatch Enterprise risk-free. The software is user-friendly and easy to install – what you see is what you get! However, we recommend a 30 to 60-minute non-obligatory online consultation with one of our subject matter experts to help you get the most out of your free trial.