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Leading Electrical Manufacturer Wago Chooses Stibo Systems' Master Data Management for Improved Information Quality and Efficiency

By The Associated Press

AARHUS, Denmark--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 5, 2017--Stibo Systems, the global leader in Business-first Master Data Management (MDM)™ solutions, announced today global leading provider of Electrical Interconnect and Automation Products in spring pressure connection technology, WAGO, has selected Stibo Systems’ Product Information Management (PIM) solution, STEP Trailblazer, to further build on WAGO’s success with a more robust and efficient product information supply chain.

Headquartered in Minden, Germany, WAGO is well-known for its CAGE CLAMP ® spring pressure connection technology and its interconnect and automation solutions, sold in almost every country around the world. The company has developed a Business-first strategy based on the ongoing use of innovation to create differentiated products and customer experiences. As part of this strategy, WAGO will be implementing the Stibo Systems’ MDM solution to improve the management of its product information flow and to boost its e-commerce and catalogue activities.

WAGO, operating in more than 80 countries, identified the need to improve its effectiveness in managing the complex operation of handling multilingual and customized product information both online and offline in their large selection of catalogs.

The Stibo Systems solution will enable WAGO to:

“Our customers count on the unconditional reliability of our products to ensure the safe, efficient operation of their systems every time. We feel confident that with Stibo Systems’ MDM solution in place, we can support our customers selecting a suitable solution in the best possible way with product information,” said Karsten Urban, WAGO.

“WAGO is an innovative enterprise with solid ambitions, and we are extremely proud to be chosen as a key part of enabling their goals. We look forward to helping WAGO create a digital business core of operational data to boost its success even further,” said Mikael Lyngsø, CEO, Stibo Systems.

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About WAGO

WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG is a family-owned company headquartered in Minden, Germany. Independently operating for three generations, WAGO has become an international standard-setting provider of electrical interconnect and automation solutions. WAGO is the world leader in spring pressure connection technology. The firm employs more than 7,500 people around the world – approximately 3,500 of these are in Germany. WAGO’s last posted revenues were EUR 766 million. Visit

About Stibo Systems

Stibo Systems believes the future of business requires a Digital Business Core™ of operational data that is continuously shaped and delivered to produce superior business outcomes. Stibo Systems is the driving force behind hundreds of forward-thinking companies around the world who have unlocked the full value of their information; empowering business users to act with confidence in their data, adapt quickly to changing market conditions and go beyond to anticipate what’s next. Stibo Systems is a privately held subsidiary of the Stibo A/S group, originally founded in 1794. Its corporate headquarters is located in Aarhus, Denmark. For more information, visit

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