ATLANTA, GA—October 10, 2018— Profisee, a leading master data management technology company, announced today, the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, a federally recognized tribal government from the Puget Sound region of Washington State, has selected the Profisee Platform™ to support their member benefits management initiatives. As they help their members receive and manage their tribal benefits, they want to provide insight and accountability to members as they streamline the process to gain efficiencies. It is critical to the Tribe to provide visibility into the benefits process as well as timely and member focused service with the use of a data-driven strategy.
In order for the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe to streamline their benefits management process with cleansed, consolidated and unique data, they partnered with Profisee to make the benefit management process efficient, painless and error free. The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe selected Profisee as its data management partner because of its affordable pricing, flexible architecture, workflow and integration with the Microsoft technology stack.
Len Finkle, Profisee CEO states, “We are honored to partner with incredible customers like the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, and to support their benefits management goals with our fast time to market and low total cost of implementation solution.”
Profisee makes it easy and affordable for any size organization to ensure a trusted data foundation. Our unique Fast Track Data Management™ approach allows companies to leverage enterprise master data management (MDM) capability, without the cost and complexity of traditional MDM solutions. Our customers have the flexibility to deploy their solution on premise, in the cloud, or via hybrid model. Profisee is the fastest growing company in the MDM market1, fueled by the industry’s highest customer satisfaction rating.
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About Snoqualmie Tribe
Snoqualmie Tribal members have lived in the Puget Sound region since time immemorial. Long before explorers came to the Pacific Northwest, they hunted deer and elk, fished for salmon, and gathered berries and wild plants for food and medicine.
The tribe regained formal federal recognition in 1999. This allowed the Tribe to develop the Snoqualmie Casino which financially supports services and resources for Tribe members and the local community.