Businesses are attempting to use cloud-based data management in order to obtain data on the go and make decisions based on it. For these businesses, Stibo Systems now offers a solution: Data as a service (DaaS).

“As a single, centralized master data service, the DaaS extension removes the need for companies to create multiple copies of data for each application to deliver data at scale to applications,” explains Neda Nia, Chief Product Officer of Stibo Systems. “Our Data as a Service is offering always-on data delivery. The “as a service” also means that companies are not required to build an API to deliver the data. All this means that they save time for maintenance and don’t need to worry about duplicate databases becoming inconsistent. Instead, they can just let their applications look up data synchronously or receive events on data asynchronously.”

DaaS is a cloud-based data distribution service focusing on the supply of data to high-volume data-consuming applications from the Danish software business, which is a global leader with its revolutionary Multidomain Master Data Management (MDM) solutions. Stibo Systems Multidomain MDM has a DaaS extension that provides a near-real-time version of master data thanks to its flexible API and serverless architecture. This information can be utilized for a variety of purposes, including websites, phone centers, and POS systems.

Danfoss, a leader in heating and cooling technology is the first company to test the new offering from Stibo Systems. Bent Werner Laursen, Head of Product Information & Digital Asset Management at Danfoss, said, “In Danfoss Digital Customer Experience we are applying an API-first strategy to all data integrations. Stibo Systems’ DaaS will help us apply the API-first strategy to integrations for internal data consumers and, going forward, we will be able to offer our external data consumers the same smooth API integration. In the first project phase, DaaS will deliver real-time data synchronization to our B2B product store and our public product websites.”