ADROSONIC and Riversand Partner to Deliver Cloud-native MDM and PIM Solutions for the Insurance Industry
Digital Consulting firm ADROSONIC, announced a strategic partnership with Riversand, a US-based multidomain Master Data Management (MDM) and Product Information Management (PIM) solution provider, to develop and deliver cloud-native MDM and PIM solutions with rapid deployment to Insurance markets, specifically in the UK and the USA.
Recognised as the only Visionary by Gartner in its Magic Quadrant for Master Data Management, Riversand has disrupted the traditional PIM and MDM markets. ADROSONIC will leverage its Insurance domain knowledge and success in the UK Insurance market with Riversand’s technology to create strategic and competitively advantageous solutions for its clients. Beyond Insurance, ADROSONIC’s depth includes other domains such as Manufacturing.
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“ADROSONIC’s strong domain knowledge within Insurance, Manufacturing and Social Welfare organisations is unparalleled in Europe and the US,” said Jasleen Ahluwalia, vice president of Business Development at Riversand. “Their extensive experience in delivering multiple complex data projects, combined with their expertise in Quality Assurance and Automation and fast implementation, will benefit customers and help them realize better competitive value.”
“Riversand’s intuitive, 100 percent cloud-native MDM and PIM solution caters to both B2B and B2C markets. When coupled with ADROSONIC’s domain knowledge and expertise in handling complex data projects and comprehensive delivery methodology, this promises cost efficiency and quicker time-to-value, thus lowering the total cost of ownership for the business,” said Mr. Mayank, CEO and MD at ADROSONIC. “Organisations going through a digital transformation journey are looking for MDM solutions that can be integrated with their cloud-first strategy and our combined efforts fit perfectly with their needs.”
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