Bailey Pritchett, Data Quality Engineer Unfortunately, all data is not created equal. It comes from tables, external and online sources – and from manual entry by associates, too. Consistency matters. Even basic elements like social security numbers, zip codes and birth dates often lack standard
Gina Harris, Director of Data Governance To maximize the value of data, this important organizational asset must be owned, cared for and shared. These acts are collectively known as Data Governance, and they make the data more useful and easily understood. Though software tools can
Mindy Becker, Senior Data Governance Solutions Consultant Many organizations are data-rich. So rich, in fact, that they don’t know where to begin to find, access, organize or use this data to improve their processes, procedures and costs, or, to identify new business opportunities. They know
Informatica, an Enterprise Cloud Data Management leader, has a suite of integrated tools for data governance; they include Axon and Enterprise Data Catalog (EDC).
By curating in EDC first – where it’s substantially easier, and then linking Axon Terms with EDC Domains, you can make the most of your data.
We recently co-hosted a half day Data Governance seminar in Kansas City along with our software partner, Informatica. It was a very well attended seminar with great content and a customer panel. The event was held at Arrowhead Stadium and attendees were given a tour