Hyper-Convergence of Enterprise Data: Best Practices

Finance, Operations, IT, and Supply Chain departments are more and more facing a vast ocean of data that flows across their organization. The term “Big Data” is used to describe it, but that term belies the incredible size of information that flows through every part of the company. It’s not big, its staggeringly, mind-blowingly huge. And similar to an actual ocean, it always feels like you’re only looking at the surface – a tiny subset of the critical organizational data you rely on for corporate intel and efficiency.

When we talk about data coming together on such a scale, the term hyper-convergence comes into play. Hyper-convergence puts the emphasis on presenting a complete end-to-end picture of all data; unified and updated with real-time event streaming, while feeding and supporting all connected critical systems with accurate, purified information. Having petabytes of data is virtually useless without having that complete vision, and the ability for CAPEX and OPEX back-office systems to interact with it seamlessly.

Fulcrum CATS’ reconciliation abilities provide a hyper-converged, centralized database along with data services for distributed systems of all types, whether it’s from Oracle, SAP, Microsoft, or any one of the enterprise applications your company depends on.

Competitive Fortune 500 companies are increasingly recognizing the value of leveraging Fulcrum CATS integration competencies in a consistent way across both application and data integration disciplines. This creates synergy between teams and functional areas to let Finance, Operations, IT, and Supply Chain see the entire ocean, top to bottom.