Collibra Introduces ‘Citizen-Sourced Ratings’ in New Collibra 5.4 Release

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A new press release reports, “Data-driven organizations realize the importance of deriving value from their data for business advantage. But this can only be achieved when data citizens (anyone within the organization who uses data to perform their job) can easily access the data, understand it, and trust it. Today, Collibra, the leader in enterprise data governance and catalog software, announced its latest product release, Collibra 5.4. Collibra 5.4 features new crowdsourced social functionality that leverages the knowledge and insights of business users across the organization to allow them to rate and review data assets and extend data governance engagement and collaboration.”

Felix Van de Maele, co-founder and CEO of Collibra, commented, “Most organizations today are leveraging some form of centralized data governance… But pushing data governance to the edge presents a tremendous opportunity for organizations to enable the business users with the most intimate knowledge of data to rate and review that data and share their insights with others. Crowdsourced input helps the best content rise to the top, and our new Collibra ratings and review functionality empowers organizations to take a more community-driven approach to data governance and foster collaboration and engagement. This way, a company’s best information assets are identified, promoted, and used with confidence.”

Read more at PR Web.

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