About a-team Marketing Services
The leading knowledge platform for the financial technology industry
The leading knowledge platform for the financial technology industry

A-Team Insight Blogs

Harte-Hanks Trillium Software Introduces TrilliumApps Online Applications Library

Subscribe to our newsletter

Trillium Software officially introduced today its TrilliumApps online business rules and applications library, a web-based collection of pre-developed information quality rules, processes and full workflows that can be easily downloaded at no cost and snapped into existing Trillium Software System environments.

TrilliumApps has been built leveraging the broad and deep experience of Trillium Software consultants and engineers working across a wide variety of industries, geographies and projects. TrilliumApps organises the content for easy access to rules and applications (apps), enabling customers to explore, select and download their chosen apps directly to their desktops. By utilising Trillium Software’s pre-built apps, customers are able to more efficiently develop and deploy their production data quality solutions with less development risk or delays.

“TrilliumApps is an innovative, new way to find and deploy applications and business rules that can help users manage key enterprise processes which rely on accurate information and data to optimise business results,” said Nigel Turner, EMEA user group chairman and independent information quality consultant. “Organisations will greatly benefit from having immediate access to many free data quality applications built upon Trillium Software’s years of expertise. It represents a novel approach to data quality that showcases Trillium Software’s ongoing investment and dedication to its customer base.”

This new Web-based online library offers certified, reusable business rules and applications – free of charge – that can be downloaded and quickly integrated into information quality processes in order to generate immediate data quality results. With its intuitive graphical interface, users can easily navigate content and quickly find applications by object type, project type, data domain or vertical industry. In addition, users can go in and rate certain applications to reflect their value and content, which will help other customers select the best apps for their own unique needs.

This library includes business rules and applications for data governance, customer relationship management, process flows, process steps, risk and compliance, data migration and many other data quality disciplines. These rules and applications can then be downloaded and integrated into existing production or pre-production processes to help customers get up and running quickly. The rules and content on the Website provide customers with added flexibility and opportunities for customisation, as the downloaded content can also serve as templates that allow for organisation-specific modifications.

“Companies are under more pressure than ever before to ensure their information quality initiatives can be developed and deployed quickly, with low risk, in order to reap the benefits of optimised business processes. With TrilliumApps, we hope our customers can accelerate their data quality efforts and limit the amount of development required to get the results they need more rapidly than using home-grown solutions,” said John Nicoli, managing director, Harte-Hanks Trillium Software. “In fact, this approach to aggregating and utilising reusable applications may spark our customers to come up with new ideas for solving their data quality problems – showing them what we’re capable of and how our expertise can provide added value quickly and with lower cost to the business than broader infrastructure offerings.”

Subscribe to our newsletter

Related content

WEBINAR

Recorded Webinar: Modernising Data Infrastructures: Challenges and opportunities of managing complex financial data and analytics in hybrid and multi-cloud environments

As they forge ahead with their digital transformation programs, financial institutions are finding that the internal platforms they use to manage complex data sets for trading, investment, risk, and compliance are no longer fit for purpose. The ongoing shift toward cloud hosting is forcing practitioners to manage the transition from deeply entrenched legacy platforms to...

BLOG

Data Fabrics Bring Speed and Agility. Just Make Sure Those Seams are Secure

The increasing complexity and volume of data used by enterprises has prompted as rethink among chief data officers about how best to manage it. The needs of more individuals within an organisation to access information that was once the preserve of a handful of managers, and the switch in emphasis from systems-derived to externally sourced...

EVENT

ESG Data & Tech Summit

The inaugural ESG Data & Tech Summit will explore challenges around assembling and evaluating ESG data for reporting and the impact of regulatory measures and industry collaboration on transparency and standardisation efforts. Expert speakers will address how the evolving market infrastructure is developing and the role of new technologies and alternative data in improving insight and filling data gaps.

GUIDE

ESG Data Handbook 2022

The ESG landscape is changing faster than anyone could have imagined even five years ago. With tens of trillions of dollars expected to have been committed to sustainable assets by the end of the decade, it’s never been more important for financial institutions of all sizes to stay abreast of changes in the ESG data...