by Angela Guess
According to a recent press release, “Informatica®, the world’s No. 1 provider of data management solutions, today introduced Informatica Axon, the industry’s first fully integrated, enterprise data governance solution. Informatica Axon is designed to engage all constituencies, technical and business, to effectively govern an organization’s data. The solution enables enterprise data governance programs across a wide array of industries including highly regulated industries such as financial services, healthcare, life sciences, insurance and others to connect people and data for better business decisions. With Informatica Axon and its integration to the Informatica Intelligent Data Platform (IDP), customers can now take advantage of an intelligent solution for data governance and compliance, which plays an important role in addressing risk, compliance and regulation challenges including General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR), BCBS 239, IDMP, HIPAA and many more.”
The release continues, “Informatica Axon, based on technologies obtained through the acquisition of Diaku Ltd., integrates seamlessly with industry-leading Informatica data management solutions for data quality, master data management, big data and cloud to form the only complete, unified data governance offering, for any market and any size enterprise. ‘Informatica Axon is set to be a market-disrupting force, with the promise of being particularly game-changing for financial services, healthcare and other industries with intensive governance requirements,’ said Amit Walia, executive vice president and chief products officer, Informatica. ‘By integrating offerings such as Informatica Data Quality, Informatica MDM, Informatica Enterprise Information Catalog and Informatica Secure@Source with Informatica Axon we are addressing customers’ enterprise data governance needs with a solution that no competitor can match in depth and breadth of functionality and in embedded data governance expertise’.”
Read more at Informatica.com.
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