Business intelligence is only as good as the underlying data

The amount, variety and complexity of data in analytical data platforms has grown exponentially over the past several years. The latest advancements in the automation of analytics with reporting, machine learning and artificial intelligence have led to fully automated data pipelines. However, with these advances, the challenge of ensuring that the data used for business intelligence comes from the correct sources and doesn't get corrupted in the process has grown. When data is improperly sourced or corrupted, subsequent business decisions will be faulty.

Practical approach to data governance

While other companies focus on organizational process and governance, we concentrate on a technical approach to data governance. In our experience, we have frequently seen organizational controls fail due to a lack of culture, insufficient attention, the demand of overly complex cross-departmental orchestration, an increase in manual efforts and plain human errors. Therefore, we take a practical approach to the problem, and use targeted automation and machine learning to ensure data correctness. 

Common use cases

Key features

Self-service data catalog

Easily find any data in the platform and check its current quality status.

Dataset profile

Provide deep insight for each dataset, such as schema, change log, metrics and more.

Lineage dashboard

Show where the data came from, and what other datasets were generated from it.

Data glossary portal

Provide a knowledge base for datasets and a transparent nomenclature for data rules and policies.

Data quality enforcement

Detect data corruption and prevent it from spreading.

Quick alert system

If there is corruption, the support team is notified quickly.

Enterprise-wide scale

Get outside of the data lake and thoroughly cover all source-of-record systems.

Machine learning

Implement anomaly detection and automate dataset metrics analytics with ML techniques.

How it works

Engagement model

We value a hands-on approach, which usually starts with a deep technical analysis of the data platform the client currently operates with. To accomplish this, a hands-on architect or principal engineer joins the team and performs an assessment of the architecture. The outcome of the architecture assessment phase is a documented target state and a detailed implementation plan with estimates for goals and the effort necessary to reach them. The implementation phase also includes the implementing of required aspects of data governance and data quality on the client platform.

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