According to a new press release, “erwin, Inc., the data governance company, today announced the release of erwin Mapping Manager (MM) 9.0. It is the first version of the automated, metadata-driven enterprise data mapping solution released by erwin as part of its EDGE platform, following the company’s acquisition last August of AnalytiX DS, the software’s original patent owner. With the broadest set of metadata connectors and automated code generation, data mapping and cataloging tools, erwin MM combines data management and data governance processes in an automated flow, giving organizations visibility and control over their disparate data streams – from harvesting to aggregation and integration, including transformation with complete upstream and downstream lineage. Its hallmark is a standardized, efficient and cost-effective approach to data delivery (business glossaries connect physical metadata to specific business terms) and metadata management (via data mappings).”
The release continues, “Data professionals spend 80 percent of their time looking for and preparing data and only 20 percent of their time on analysis, according to a recent IDC Technology Spotlight sponsored by erwin. As Stewart Bond, IDC’s research director for data integration and integrity software, writes in Data Intelligence in Context: Enabling Data Governance for Digital Transformation, ‘Data intelligence software has the potential to change this ratio, giving users the ability to find data easier and understand context and definitions for better integration, resulting in more time for analysis’.”
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