State Street Begins Data-Mapping Activity

Program combines capabilities of FIBO standard, Dun & Bradstreet data feed and Cambridge Semantics software

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David Saul, senior vice president and chief scientist, State Street

State Street Global Advisors has begun implementing a transaction data mapping program that ties together software provided by Cambridge Semantics, the FIBO (Financial Industry Business Ontology) standard developed by the EDM Council, and additional data fed by Dun & Bradstreet for comparison purposes, according to David Saul, senior vice president and chief scientist at State Street.

The implementation began by loading the FIBO standard into Cambridge Semantics' Anzo semantic middleware

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