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Good news travels fast at Adobe Summit 2017

April 6, 2017
For the fourth year in a row, TMMData sponsored Adobe Summit 2017, where a variety of our data friends – new and old – visited us to explore and learn about our offerings, including some of our latest product updates.

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PART 3: Build it or buy it?

Knowing when a build is going bad

March 15, 2017
However you got there and no matter the technical challenge you seek to resolve, the decision to build is regularly met with challenges in implementation, maintenance, upkeep, and sheer know-how. We often get a call for our services when in-house software management problems rear their ugly heads.

PART 2: Build it or buy it? <h4><i>When it comes to your data, the decision to buy your next enterprise software solution is clear</h4></i> Image

PART 2: Build it or buy it?

When it comes to your data, the decision to buy your next enterprise software solution is clear

February 27, 2017
Once that soul searching is complete, I’ve found that buying a software solution almost always has consistent and undeniable benefits that outpace an internal build, and offer a more efficient means to address your data challenges.

PART 1: Build it or buy it? <h4><i>Five questions to help decide how to source your next enterprise software need</h4></i> Image

PART 1: Build it or buy it?

Five questions to help decide how to source your next enterprise software need

February 7, 2017
Determining whether to buy a software solution or build one from scratch requires taking a close, unbiased look at your internal processes, capabilities, and the issues you’re hoping to resolve.

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TMMData 2017, Underway

January 11, 2017
If there’s one thing we’ve learned during our years in the data industry, it’s that technology never stops moving forward. There’s truly no such thing as ‘done.’ Which is why we’re only a couple weeks into January and already busy with all TMMData has in store for 2017.

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