erwin, Inc.

Rating: 0 - Write A Review
225 Broadhollow Road, Suite 405
Melville, NY 11747
About erwin, Inc.
  • erwin, Inc. makes the world’s No. 1 data modeling software, trusted by more than 50,000 data professionals in 60+ countries. As a stand-alone company since March 2016, we’ve expanded our focus from data modeling to holistic data management to bring innovation across that spectrum, including enterprise architecture, business processing modeling and data governance. Our “any-squared” (Any2) approach to enterprise data management enables both technical and business stakeholders to access, use and trust “any data” from “anywhere” to make better decisions against organizational objectives. We get the hard stuff right, so customers see results by collecting, connecting and collaborating with their data.
Competitors of erwin, Inc.
  • Stone Bond Technologies, LP.

    Stone Bond Technologies leads the way in Data Virtualization through products like Enterprise Enabler. We make an enterprise’s data agile providing new capabilities and insights to the whole organization from the data scientists to the front-line business users. Stone Bond’s customers have... Read More
  • DataSelf Corp.

    "DataSelf Analytics is an enterprise-level analytics platform designed for every business intelligence user at mid-sized companies from the CEO down. It’s self-service business intelligence at an SMB price. We start with the best technology, such as Tableau and Power BI for data discovery and...
  • InfoLibrarian Corporation

    InfoLibrarian Corporation™ provides its products and services through a network of highly experienced and skilled partners and consultants with a goal of providing best in class solutions. These professionals each have a minimum of 10 to 30 years of experience and include certified developers,...
News about erwin, Inc.
  • erwin Data Modeling Named Top Solution by DBTA Readers Posted

  • erwin Inc Named one of 20 Most Promising Database Technology Solution Providers of 2016 by CIOReview Posted

  • ERwin Looks to the Future of Data Modeling (DATAVERSITY) Posted