NortonLifeLock Accelerates Data Movement with Sesame Software’s High Performance Data Integration and Replication Solution


Cyber Security Leader Finds Sesame Software’s High-Volume Data Connectors Key to Real-Time Synchronization With Zero Data Loss

NortonLifeLock, the global leader in the consumer cybersecurity business, is a data-driven company that relies on complex real-time data synchronization between its CRM platform provider and the Oracle Data Warehouse. More than 800 employees rely on accurate and up-to-date data for reporting to guide day-to-day business operations.

Faced with the challenge of needing consistently high-performing and secure integration and replication with zero data loss, NortonLifeLock’s IT team found its solution with Silicon Valley-based Sesame Software and their Relational Junction data management suite.

“Sesame Software’s Relational Junction scored big on all aspects,” says Sameer Khera, Chief Information Officer for NortonLifeLock. “The large set of high-volume data connectors ensured minimal manual intervention, freeing up IT resources to concentrate on other areas within the IT Integration team. With a set of simple commands, Relational Junction’s implementation is very user-friendly.”

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Khera was equally impressed with the quality of Sesame’s sales and support teams, noting the relationship as being solidly built on trust.

“The support team is highly available and they clearly demonstrate an ownership attitude at every stage of the interaction,” Khera says. “The sales team is equally passionate and believes in keeping long term, solid relations built on trust, transparency and, of course, periodic connect.”

Sesame Software’s patented data warehouse and data recovery tools enable the fast-recovery of SaaS data, while also empowering organizations to efficiently expand their instant data warehouse offerings to include more than 100 data connectors for SaaS and on-premise data sources, enabling 360-degree trend reporting.