In its attempt to create an enterprisewide view of its customers, the numbers were stacked heavily against New York City-based MetLife Inc.: a customer base amassing 100 million customer records stored in more than 30 disparate back-office systems.Furthermore, MetLife has three vastly diverse organizations-a retail bank, a mutual fund company and a newly-acquired property/casualty insurer. Data is spread across five different lines of business-property/casualty insurance, banking, institutional, brokerage and mutual funds.

As it evolved from a traditional insurance company to an integrated financial services provider, this degree of operational fragmentation had to somehow be wrapped together by a solution that provided a single consolidated portfolio.

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