Visualize. Align. Transform.
Visualize Concepts, Business System Processes and Data Flows.
How do you know when something is changing and requires you to take action?
Whether you are a Systems Analyst, Data Analyst or Business Analyst; seeing patterns in your system, data or business process; respectively, is crucial for doing a thorough analysis and delivering real value to your organization.
If data is the new oil then metadata must be the refinery. It helps us to know the difference in terminology such as "clients" and "customers," "revenue" and "sales," etc.
By leveraging metadata, you can create a "unified" view of your process be it in your systems or applications. There are many ways to leverage your organization’s metadata.
With a "unified" view, your are able to visualize patterns and relationships across your applications and systems on premise or in the cloud or both.
Align Strategy to Business Goals and Objectives.
How do you know when your architecture, strategy, policies and procedures are out of alignment?
As an Enterprise Architect, Business Strategist or Data Governance Officer, being able to align strategy to your organizational goals and objectives is most likely on the top of your to-do list.
Whether you are in a small, medium or large organization, strategy is effective only when it delivers results. An enterprise architecture is a "blueprint" that shows alignment of strategy to people, processes, data and technology.
As a "blueprint" it represents a map of all the relationships among business initiatives. It identifies the data required to support those initiatives, the business processes that use the data, and the information systems that store the data and run the processes. With such a "blueprint", you are able to examine the effects of change on your business.
Whether it be a new regulation's impact on how you govern your data or a merger and acquisition impact on your information resources. Knowing the impact of change on your resources will allow your to align your strategy and deliver better results.
Transform Change into positive Outcomes from Context Driven Insights.
Do your responsibilities include aspects of managing customers, products or operations?
Dealing with change is no small task. However, having the right information at the right time certainly makes a difference. Known as "situational data", such information can lead to context driven insights. See how "situational data" enables you to discover insight and transform change into meaningful outcomes for your organization.
When coupled with an intuitive, easy to understand search, the "blueprint" of your enterprise enables you to join the well prescribed data found inside your organization with discoverable data outside of the organization.
By aggregating data across multiple data sources – you're able to gain insights not otherwise obtainable. For example, not only are you able to query sales for this month but you are also able to see how consumer preferences could impact sales in months ahead.
Query near real time data, fast and often - aggregating data across products, customers, accounts and operations. Drill down and quickly visualize it. Now you are ready to transform change into meaningful business outcomes.