Shell Replaces Legacy Systems With Cadis

Strapline: Data Management


Royal Dutch Shell has started using enterprise data management platform provider Cadis' EDM platform for its global treasury department, replacing legacy systems in which data had been encoded, Inside Reference Data has learned.

Previously, this coded data could only be deciphered by Shell's IT department, according to provider officials. "The Cadis EDM platform has empowered the business users to focus on the validation or transformation of rules that apply to specific rates," says Daniel

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