Siperian Ranked a Visionary in Magic Quadrant for Master Data Management for Customer Data

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Siperian, Inc. a developer of an industry leading master data management (MDM) platform has announced that the Company has been positioned in the Visionaries quadrant of the Gartner, Inc. (NYSE: IT) Magic Quadrant for Master Data Management for Customer Data research report. The report evaluates numerous vendors based on a rigorous set of criteria that comprise “completeness of vision” and “ability to execute.” Gartner predicts in the report that the MDM for customer data market will continue to grow over the next several years. Their preliminary data estimates that the market will account for approximately $1 billion in software revenue by the year 2012. To access the full report written by John Radcliffe and published on July 10, 2008, visit http://www.siperian.com/index.cfm?page=L2&crid=95

“As a best-in-class MDM provider, Siperian offers a technically advanced platform capable of handling any type of data including customer, product, location and reference data,” commented Peter Caswell, president and CEO of Siperian. “We believe our inclusion in Gartner’s report underscores the Company’s ongoing commitment to both product innovation and rapid implementations, delivering faster time to value, and greater return on investment for our clients. This enables our customers to meet their tactical and strategic business issues by quickly expanding their MDM solution across other areas within their company increasing business value and return on investment.”

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