For all your Master Data Management projects
The Stambia MDM solution allows to cover all types of MDM implementations (consolidation hub, co-existence Hub and transactional hub) and all types of business domains and needs (third-parties consolidation, Product creation or Product consolidation, Organisations and Hierarchies management, location management, Reference Data Management / RDM…) with the one and same solution.
The architecture and the possibilities of Stambia MDM provide to customers the ability to start quickly and progressively cover all their needs with a very high level of performance.
An iterative approach
Stambia MDM can manage versioning on both the models and the data, separately.
The model and the data can follow their own life cycle
This means that the users can start with a simple model and enrich the model progressively.
Stambia MDM is adapted to Agile methodologies and iterative approaches, allowing the management of multiple versions of the models and multiple data branches.
The Stambia MDM solution can also be used for all type of business needs, from third-party management to RDM projects. The users can start with one type of Master Data and progressively use the solution to cover all the business needs inside the organization, using different types of MDM approaches for each Business need.
An authorative source for Master Data
The data can be created or gathered to the MDM solution. Then the data will follow a typical process:
Source Data will be validated and enriched thanks to business rules defined in the MDM workbench.
Source Data will be matched and matching records will be used to consolidate the future Golden records.
This process can be defined and mastered, and will follow workflow and precise security rules.
Architecture, performance and scalability
The stambia MDM architecture relies on two main components :
- A J2EE Server
- An Oracle Database.
The J2EE server is used to deploy the MDM solution. It’s a simple War or Ear file to deploy.
It’s an automatic scalable architecture thanks to the J2EE standard.
The Oracle Database is used for the storage of:
- the design repository part (defined with the graphical workbench), including the different versions of the models
- the reference data (including temporary data and all the types of records)
The data is stored in a pure relational model (and not in an XML or other format). This provides the guarantee of the best performances on very large amounts of data.