Exeros specialises in software which allows companies to compile and organise related data across multiple databases. The software is designed to provide users with a more complete view of client data in a single, automated format.
IBM hopes to bundle the Exeros software as part of its Information on Demand platform, which seeks to allow customers to better manage databases and analyse information.
"All organisations today face the daunting challenge of turning massive amounts of information into insights to guide their businesses, but many are held back by the complexity of corporate data sources," said Ambuj Goyal, IBM's general manager of information management.
"The combination of IBM and Exeros will enable companies to more intelligently manage their data across all formats and computing platforms, creating a smarter enterprise."
IBM said that it plans to complete the integration of Exeros within the next several months. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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