Using Graphs for Next-Gen Master Data Management at Pitney Bowes
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  Aaron Wallace   Aaron Wallace
Principal Product Manager
Pitney Bowes


Wednesday, August 19, 2015
11:45 AM - 12:30 PM

Level:  Technical - Intermediate

Pitney Bowes, a global technology company, powers billions of physical and digital transactions in the connected and borderless world of commerce. With its leading edge Master Data Management (MDM) system, it has leapfrogged the competition by building its MDM system around the Neo4j graph database – avoiding the pitfalls of slow and insufficiently flexible RDBMSs, or insufficiently rich NoSQL solutions. The graph database approach provides a scalable infrastructure for capturing and querying connected data that far surpasses traditional databases for cost and agility.

Learn how the Pitney Bowes Master Data Management Hub utilizes graph database technology to model, manage and govern their data with confidence by providing access to rich, real-time information.

Aaron Wallace is a Principal Product Manager for Customer Information Management at Pitney Bowes Software. He is based in Pitney’s Austin Texas office and has been with Pitney Bowes for 8 years. Aaron has 18 years of experience in the Enterprise Software space, with 10 years experience in Enterprise Information Management and Data Quality, along with an extensive background in designing and building enterprise software across a number of verticals.

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