Cologne Intelligence is working as an integration- and solution partner with Talend since 2011.
Talend, the Open Source Integration Software Company, provides open source middleware solutions that enable organizations to gain more value from their applications, systems and databases. Shattering the traditional proprietary model, Talend democratizes the integration market by providing enterprise-grade open source technologies that cover both the data integration and application integration needs of organizations of all sizes.
Talend's unified integration platform addresses projects such as data integration, ETL, data quality, master data management and application integration.
In just a few years, Talend has become the recognized market leader in open source data management. The acquisition in 2010 of Sopera, a leader in open source application integration, has reinforced Talend’s market coverage, creating a global leader in open source middleware. Many large organizations around the globe use Talend's products and services to optimize the costs of data integration, data quality, Master Data Management (MDM) and application integration. With their proven performance, ease of use, extensibility and robustness and with an ever growing number of product downloads and customers, Talend's solutions are the most widely used and deployed integration solutions in the world.
Talend offers a broad tool suite for Enterprise Architecture through the proven SOA framework (former Sopera), the approved ETL tools (data management) and the ESB (Enterprise Service Bus). Among others, CI could gain deep project experiences with the Talend tool suite, especially with the open source ETL tool (Extract, Transform, Load) TOS and with the SOA framework.
“The partnership with Talend is a consequent step for us into a more intense and valuable collaboration with Talend.We are able to optimize our open source portfolio, especially when it comes to data integration, data quality and master data management (MDM).” says Christoph Möller, General Manager of Cologne Intelligence.