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Collibra Helps Organizations Quantify Potential ROI from Data Governance

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According to a new press release, “The distributed nature of data, as well as the speed and volume at which it is being generated, creates significant challenges as organizations try to derive value from data – turning it from a raw material into a true business asset. For organizations to be truly data driven, they need to easily and quickly find, understand and trust their data for greater business insight and analytics, and have this capability via any system across the enterprise. The Collibra data governance and catalog solution is purpose-built to provide a framework that improves an organization’s ability to manage, access, and use high-quality data, as well as continue to create and maintain quality data over time.”

The release continues, “Customers choose Collibra for its functionality and user-friendly interface, and cite the following benefits of the Collibra platform as the most significant: Provides strong ‘data taxonomy’; Big data analytics enablement; Deeper data understanding and linkages; Support of regulatory efforts; Faster resolution of data-related issues. ‘Organizations are often missing huge opportunities to activate and better leverage their data to drive competitive advantage,’ said Felix Van de Maele, co-founder and CEO, Collibra. ‘Data governance is critical to delivering the trust and compliance every organization needs to ensure it can use higher quality data to improve business outcomes, identify new opportunities, address regulatory requirements, and ensure data privacy’.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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