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TopQuadrant’s TopBraid Suite 5.3 Improves Collaboration for Data Governance

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “TopQuadrant™, a leading provider of agile, standards-based data governance solutions today announced the release of version 5.3 of TopBraid Suite, a collection of web-based solutions for Data Governance and Vocabulary Management. This update includes enhanced, configurable search capabilities that make it easy for business users to navigate their organization’s data governance landscape, quickly find what they are looking for and contribute their knowledge. Additional updates include a simplified user interface, powerful data lineage diagrams (LineageGrams™) as well as new integrations to allow for better collaboration with key stakeholders.

Irene Polikoff, CEO and co-founder of TopQuadrant, noted, “TopQuadrant has a long history of collaborating with data professionals in our customers’ organizations… These users, many of whom serve as CIOs at their organizations, will benefit from this latest release because it provides better support and comprehensive, flexible, and easy to use data governance solutions for today’s dynamic enterprises. These interactions, that span and link business and IT concerns, continue to provide us with a unique perspective to fully understand the overall data governance challenges faced by data stakeholders in all types of industries… This latest release provides easier access to a wide range of data governance assets and continues to take advantage of TopQuadrant’s semantic standards-based expertise to deliver better connections between silos of data.”

The release adds, “Today’s release offers several key enhancements to TopBraid Enterprise Data Governance (EDG) including: New highly interactive visualizations for connected assets, such as LineageGram™ to track data and business lineage for compliance and other requirements. Overall user experience design improvements, including enhanced search features that allow users to perform free text, semantic and faceted search over all their governed content. The results from the search can also be configured to display the content and style best suited to an organization’s specific needs. Once the item is found, users can share their knowledge about it, to say, for example, how and where they are using it. New and enhanced import capabilities make it even easier for end users to directly bring in data and metadata to be governed, without burdening IT.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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