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Infogix Integrates Data Quality, Data Governance and Analytics Capabilities into Data3Sixty

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release states, “Infogix, a leading data and analytics software provider, has integrated its data quality, data governance, and analytics capabilities into a single big data management platform, called Infogix Data3Sixty™. The announcement signifies Infogix Data3Sixy’s widening dominance in data management with one platform architected to enable end-to-end data management with modules for data quality, machine learning-enabled analytics and data governance. The Infogix Data3Sixty platform constitutes shared self-service capabilities such as visual data prep, interactive reporting, case management, and collaboration to enable both technical and business users to interact with data. The power of the big data management platform is derived from its underlying Hadoop stack, leveraging Spark for high performance processing of large volumes of data in real-time.”

Matt Aslett, Research Director for the Data Platforms & Analytics channel at 451 Research, commented, “We previously noted that the delivery of what is now Infogix Data3Sixty Analyze would be an interesting addition to the market as it was designed to provide a broad range of functionality – including data acquisition, preparation, analysis and visualization – for which customers today would need to assemble several products and services from a variety of vendors. Add in the acquired collaborative data-governance capabilities and Infogix’s expertise in data reconciliation and you have a differentiated product portfolio.”

Read more at PRweb.

Photo credit: Infogix

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