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InfoSphere MDM, InfoSphere Master Data Management
Oracle Master Data Management Cloud, Product Master Data Management Cloud
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Overview

InfoSphere Master Data Management (MDM) is the most complete, proven and powerful MDM solution with collaborative and operational capabilities. InfoSphere MDM manages master data for single or multiple domains - customers, patients, citizens, suppliers, locations, products, services offerings, accounts and more - for improving application & business process effectiveness

Oracle Product Master Data Management Cloud is Oracle’s solution that helps you address your product data fragmentation, data quality, and data governance problems by enabling your organization to take control of product master data across your entire portfolio of applications. Product information can be consolidated from heterogeneous systems, stored in a centrally managed repository, cross referenced, cleansed, enriched, governed, and then shared across internal and external systems. Oracle Product Master Data Management Cloud consists of two licensable products: Oracle Product Hub Cloud and Oracle Product Hub Portal Cloud.

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L'Oreal S.A., Kingland Systems, Oncor, Farmaceuticos Maypo, Volkswagen Financial Services
Eaton, Orange Belgium, Archrock, POSCO
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Computer Software Company33%
Comms Service Provider15%
Financial Services Firm11%
Insurance Company8%
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Computer Software Company45%
Comms Service Provider17%
Financial Services Firm7%
Energy/Utilities Company5%
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Large Enterprise78%
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IBM InfoSphere MDM is ranked 6th in Master Data Management (MDM) Software with 2 reviews while Oracle Product Master Data Management Cloud is ranked 3rd in Cloud Master Data Management (MDM) Solutions. IBM InfoSphere MDM is rated 8.0, while Oracle Product Master Data Management Cloud is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of IBM InfoSphere MDM writes "Data management for large organizations that need a critical data management tool". On the other hand, IBM InfoSphere MDM is most compared with Informatica MDM, SAP Master Data Governance, Microsoft MDS, TIBCO EBX and Reltio Cloud, whereas Oracle Product Master Data Management Cloud is most compared with Informatica MDM, Oracle Product Hub, Boomi AtomSphere Master Data Hub, IBM Master Data Management on Cloud and Chain-Sys appMDM.

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