What is data connectivity?
Data connectivity links disparate data sets and applications, including data from different identity spaces. Connecting and combining data enables collaboration among parties with data controls, ensuring safe and effective activation across the broader ecosystem.
Why every business should connect their data
Often separate departments/platforms are accountable for storing and sharing uncontrolled, out of date versions of data. The data becomes more usable by combining data from isolated sources into one single system.
By connecting your product lifecycle management systems with your other systems, every stakeholder within your organisation can impact the flow of product data through your organisation.
Productivity can drastically improve when an enterprise has insights into optimising current products and processes. Doing this requires teams to have access to up-to-date, accurate product data.
By connecting systems, everyone in your organisation will have access to real-time data allowing them to make better product decisions. Decisions and actions driven by up-to-date information will result in higher product quality.
By combining data, any user within your organisation can access contextual, up-to-date, real-time information. Automation of the process will reduce user errors and increase overall effectiveness.
Increase in sales
Providing customers and partners with up-to-date, validated and complete data will increase their trust in your organisation and pursue them to purchase your products.