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Acquisitions and Competition


As many of you know, Kalido announced our “acquisition” last October. Typically, when a company is acquired, especially by a large organization, there are fears that the company will disappear and never been seen again, or emerge integrated with other technologies. For customers, this can be a valid concern – what will become of my […]

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Modeling Efficiencies Using The Kalido Approach


I took my first Kalido training class in October of 1997 and I’ve been involved with Kalido ever since.  Because I’ve used Kalido for so long, it’s often easy for me to forget all of the things people had to do manually prior to Kalido coming around.  I recently saw a book by Oracle ACE […]

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MDM Architecture Styles – Do you have the right mix?


What is the right MDM architecture style for your organization? It’s definitely an open-ended question that deserves an informed answer, especially before making new investment decisions. But before tackling the question, it is useful to define and understand the MDM styles themselves. Dr. Dave Waddington of The Information Difference defined four broad styles in an […]

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Let’s make 2013 the Year of the Intelligent Business

I’ve been kicking around an idea, but have been struggling to get the words right. Then a spark of inspiration came when reading a blog by Steve Miller, “Big Data Isn’t Like Every Other IT Project”. My blog isn’t about Big Data, but rather about why organizations continue to see such low success rates in […]

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