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Data Quality - What's Innovative?

This page shows up to 100 pieces of content which have been tagged Innovative (newest at the top):

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IRI Data Quality and Improvement

IRI Voracity is a data management platform with a wide range of functionality. How does that functionality apply to data quality and improvement?
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A quiet revolution

Analytics and graphs are appearing in more and more software tools
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Bringing governance to big data

IBM and Informatica have both just come out with big data integration and governance products
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The gazelle leaps into action

Springbok is a data preparation platform for business users.
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Try wrangling your data

Data preparation is the biggest part (around 80%) of and data discovery/mining exercise. Trifacta specialises in making this easy in a big data world.
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The problem with matching

What do you want from data matching/cleansing software? Key requirements, needless to say, are that the solution be inexpensive and easy to use.
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My bad

Infoglide competes with IBM in the identity resolution space but the both potentially have an issue.
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Clavis: extending data quality

In the last few years there has been a trend amongst data quality vendors to move towards what is typically known as pre-emptive data quality. That is, to have proactive capabilities that enforces...
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iWay introduces EIM

iWay, the Information Builders subsidiary, has introduced an EIM (enterprise information management) offering. Since the term EIM may not necessarily be clear I had better explain that this is a...
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Product data quality in the Information Supply Chain

Silver Creek uses data service applications that embed its Data Lens technology to improve product data quality in the Information Supply Chain
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More effective data quality

Zoomix uses semantic algorithms and self-learning capability to provide advanced data quality capabilities, especially for complex data.
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