Minneapolis, MN, June 23, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- US-based SoftLake Solutions and Collibra have partnered together to bring Collibra’s data governance product suite to North America. The relationship allows SoftLake Solutions to offer Collibra’s products and solutions to customers in the United States and Canada. SoftLake Solutions will leverage its domestic technical expertise to implement Collibra’s software solutions. Steven Pesklo, president of SoftLake Solutions, says "We’re excited to be partnering with Collibra for data governance solutions. Businesses need to manage their business vocabularies and rules and SoftLake Solutions will be using Collibra’s software in order to help companies put their businesses into context."
Collibra’s approach to governance uses their award-winning Business Semantics suite to better manage definitions of business vocabularies and rules while allowing for improved data integration.
Minneapolis-based SoftLake Solutions is a natural partner for Collibra with its national footprint and decades of experience in bringing advanced data solutions. Indeed, the partnership will use SoftLake’s sales support organization as well as expert consulting and technical support to allow for maximum benefits from the Collibra solution.
SoftLake Solutions is a Minneapolis, MN based provider of business intelligence and data governance software and solutions. The company is a North American distributor for Collibra and InfoZoom, a powerful visual data intelligence product. For more information on SoftLake Solutions, visit www.softlakesolutions.com.
Collibra is a leading Data Governance software vendor for Master Data Management, Service Oriented Architecture and Business Intelligence. The Collibra solutions enable organizations to manage their business context and brings business and technical stakeholders together to govern business critical information. Collibra transforms data into trustworthy, useable and valuable information for both people and systems. The Data Governance solution reduces integration complexity, miscommunication overhead, and misinterpretation risks. For more information about Collibra, visit www.collibra.com.