Microsoft Acquires ADRM Software, A Large-Scale Industry Data Models Provider

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Microsoft announced the acquisition of ADRM Software, a leading provider of large-scale industry data models, which are used by large companies worldwide as information blueprints. ADRM’s robust industry data models have been built and refined over decades for business-critical analytics.

Kevin Schofield President & CEO at ADRM Software, Inc said, We enthusiastically announce that the entire ADRM team has recently joined Microsoft’s Azure global engineering organization and Microsoft has acquired ADRM and its vast collection of large-scale industry-specific data models.

Microsoft has been investing in the power of data and artificial intelligence (AI) to continuously innovate, influence and enhance customer experience and partner growth.

Data and AI are the foundation of modern technological innovation. Without a comprehensive and integrated view of their data, companies are at a competitive disadvantage, which hinders digital adoption and data-driven innovation.

An industry data model enables organizations to capture and define business concepts, refine and integrate processes, and build interoperability in their ecosystem. According to Gartner, “Data models are foundational for business. They undergird wide-ranging initiatives and permanent programs, such as data quality, data lineage and data governance”. But companies today are implementing data modeling on a fragmented basis, resulting in a disparate data estate that is incapable of supporting the kinds of digital transformation required today.

It is stated in Microsoft blog post, “Combining comprehensive industry models from ADRM with limitless storage and compute from Azure allows for the creation of the intelligent data lake where data from multiple lines of business can be harmonized together more quickly. Together with Microsoft Azure, these capabilities will be delivered at scale, enabling our customers to accelerate digital progress, and reduce risk in a variety of major initiatives”.

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