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Naveego Unveils New Era of Cloud-Based Data Quality and Master Data Management Solutions to Proactively Detect and Eliminate Data Quality Issues Across Enterprise Systems

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Traverse City, MI – August 29, 2017 – Naveego, an emerging leader of cloud-based Data Quality (DQS) and Master Data Management (MDM) solutions, announced today a new release of Naveego DQS. The company continues to innovate and design a new era of DQS and MDM products to proactively manage, detect and eliminate data quality issues across enterprise systems. The offerings seamlessly connect to cloud and on-premises data sources to deliver insight and critical information that customers can use to improve business efficiencies, creating a competitive advantage.

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Naveego Launches Beta That Changes How Companies Manage Data Quality

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Naveego, Inc. has launched its Data Quality Services (DQS) beta program.  The beta program will give companies access to a new and easy way to manage their data quality. Naveego DQS is a new cloud based data quality tool that automates the majority of the data quality process, and its founders see the product not only as a great tool, but as a way to change how companies manage data quality altogether.

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Chrome 42 Support of Naveego

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The most recent release of Chrome (Version 42) no longer supports plug-ins such as Silverlight which is used by Naveego’s Widget Builder and by some Naveego users for viewing dashboards. The new browser’s default settings turn off any plug-ins. At this time, we are not recommending the use of the Chrome browser for Naveego web application due to lack of Silverlight support. Please use an alternative browser.

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Naveego Unaffected by Heartbleed OpenSSL Bug

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Naveego subscribers should know that Naveego is running on Microsoft technology that is not susceptible to the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug.  We have researched possible vulnerabilities with SSL certificates and confirmed with those providers that our subscribers’ data should not be vulnerable due to Heartbleed.

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