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Save the Children UK Improves Business and IT Collaboration with Data Virtualization

Blog: The Tibco Blog

In the UK and around the world, Save the Children’s mission is to do whatever it takes to transform children’s lives and the future we share. However, a myriad of internal and external data sources, and the need to respond rapidly to world events, made it hard to integrate and access data and provide insights.

The organization faced many of the same issues other dynamic organizations encounter: multiple versions of the data, no shared metadata specification or real-time information, a lack of governance and agility in responding to business needs, and an inability to extract value from new, ever-evolving unstructured data sources.

Learn how Save the Children used TIBCO Data Virtualization to improve data delivery, efficiency, and costs—and about some of the methods it used to improve data accuracy and apply business intelligence and data analytics as a standard activity, rather than a development project.

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