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IBM InfoSphere Optim TDM is an enterprise TDM solution that scales across applications, databases, and operating systems. IBM Test Data Management software helps enterprises optimize and automate the TDM processes, and also improves the application testing process. In addition to this, InfoSphere Optim provides on-demand services for agile development and testing. Some of the major features of InfoSphere Optim are data comparison and analysis, data management at the object level, and data management policies enforcement throughout the enterprise.


IBM Test Data Management software also offers data masking and security, making it a suitable solution for a variety of business environments. It supports diverse enterprise environments, such as custom applications, ERP solutions, and platforms including UNIX/Linux, Windows, and IBM z/OS. IBM InfoSphere Optim TDM solution assists enterprises in streamlining the TDM processes, thereby improving cost and delivery speed. Furthermore, it helps improve the quality, speeds up iterative testing tasks, and accelerates revenue generation.

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IBM Presence in Test Data Management Software
IBM generates its revenue from 5 business segments: cognitive solutions, global business services, technology services and cloud platforms, systems and technology, and global financing and others. IBM has a global reach with offices set up in Americas, EMEA, and APAC. Since 2010, the company has invested approximately USD 40 billion in the areas such as cloud platforms, cognitive solutions, and security. IBM continues to focus on innovative and efficient IT solutions to help its clients. Additionally, the company provides longterm value to shareholders. IBM has strengthened its position in the TDM market through strategic organic investments and acquisitions in areas such as cognitive solutions, technology services, and cloud platforms. Furthermore, the company has formed partnerships with organizations that are the leading market players in key industries. As of 2016, IBM has 8,088 patents filed, and it has also been awarded more US patents than any other company. The company provides TDM solutions and services to the private and public sectors. It focuses majorly on organic growth strategies. For instance, in September 2014, IBM released IBM InfoSphere Optim v11.3 to deliver enhanced TDM features for big data and cloud. The new version offers improved governance, privacy, policy management, productivity, integration capabilities, testing agility, scalability, and faster time-to-market with easy cloud deployments. IBM has a wide industry reach with the prime focus on the BFSI, IT and telecom, healthcare, and government verticals. The company has strong tie-ups with VARs, system integrators, distributors, and other channel partners, who help the company cater its products and services to a wide range of customers.

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