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Aaron Wallace

Principal Product Manager, Pitney Bowes

Aaron Wallace is a Principal Product Manager for Customer Information Management at Pitney Bowes Software, a Neo4j customer.

He is based in Pitney’s Austin Texas office and has been with Pitney Bowes for 8 years. Aaron has 18 years of experience in the Enterprise Software space, with 10 years’ experience in Enterprise Information Management and Data Quality, along with an extensive background in designing and building enterprise software across a number of verticals.

Latest Posts by Aaron Wallace

Watch Aaron Wallace's presentation on graphs for metadata management

Graph Technology for Enterprise Master Data Management (MDM)

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Aaron Wallace at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Presentation Summary Modern enterprises need to have a full, 360-view of their customers drive their bottom line. This requires the integration of data from a variety of different... read more

Learn about using the power of graph database technology for enterprise metadata management

Using the Power of Graphs for Enterprise Metadata Management

Pitney Bowes is a Silver sponsor of GraphConnect San Francisco. Meet their team on October 13-14th at the Hyatt Regency SF. Data is an asset – we’ve been hearing that for years, but we’re still not ready to treat it that way. As the world of business has changed, so too have attitudes... read more

Learn Why Graphs Are Essential To Your Master Data Management in This NoSQL Now! Preview Post

Why Graphs Are Essential To Today’s Master Data Management [NoSQL Now! Preview]

Rapid change is the only constant in today’s business environment. The limitations of traditional tools used for information and master data management (MDM) are increasingly exposed, and the graph database is a solution to many of these challenges and presents a new, unique way to improve on... read more

Managing Hires and Positions with Cypher

Written by Antonio Andrea Gentile The task of finding the right employee among active personnel for a vacant position is difficult for organizations of all sizes. In large businesses, the Human Resources department does not know everyone in the company and their skills making the decision... read more