Denodo announced that Singapore-based telecom operator StarHub has deployed Denodo Platform as part of the modernization of StarHub’s IT landscape.
The data virtualization company said StarHub aims to provide a single secure data services delivery platform to provide data to the business.
“We wanted to provide our business users with relevant and timely data via self-service capabilities to improve operational effectiveness and reduce reliance on our IT team. We also want to establish better data governance through modernizing our data management and optimize our data infrastructure cost,” said Yaw Yee Kee, chief information officer at StarHub.
“Denodo’s data virtualization platform has enabled us to create a single data delivery layer, unifying cloud and on-premise data for better competitiveness and operational effectiveness, while providing the right guardrail in place,” Yaw Yee Kee said.
StarHub has a complex ecosystem of data sources, consuming applications and shadow IT systems. The company aims to establish a standard semantic and data delivery layer across the organization, while meeting the corporate security standard and discontinuing its shadow IT systems.
“The data virtualization capabilities of the Denodo Platform such as self-service search and discovery and security and governance are benefiting service providers like StarHub,” said Ravi Shankar, senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Denodo.