Siebel Systems Validates Trillium Integration with Siebel 7 eBusiness Applications
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October 3, 2002
The Harte-Hanks Trillium Software division announced that the integration between its Trillium Software System version 6 and Siebel 7 eBusiness Applications has been successfully validated by Siebel Systems. Siebel Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of multichannel e-business applications software.
Companies use the Trillium Software System to inspect the condition of their data, improve data quality, enforce custom business rules and identify relationships between entities. As data cycles through the Trillium Software System, it become a stronger asset to the corporation by enabling a more complete view of customers and their business. Siebel Systems provides organizations with a proven set of industry-specific best practices, customer relationship management (CRM) applications software and business processes, enabling corporations to sell to, market to and serve customers across multiple channels and lines of business. With this validation, customers of Siebel Systems and Trillium Software can ensure global data quality for users of Siebel 7.
The Trillium Software Data Quality Connector allows customers using Siebel 7 to ensure the quality of their data by making the Trillium Software System a seamlessly integrated element of their customer-centric e-business initiatives. With the Trillium Software Data Quality Connector, users of Siebel 7 instantly can check quality and match customer records online.
"With packaged applications increasing in importance, more companies implementing them are beginning to see the value in populating those systems with data that are cleansed and quality checked at the point where they enter the system," said Gartner analyst Ted Friedman. "Moreover, our research has shown that projects that begin with quality data have the greatest chance for long-term success."
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