Information Builders Delivers Self-Service Data Quality With Omni-Gen Personal Edition

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According to a new press release, “Information Builders, a leader in business intelligence (BI), analytics and data management solutions, announced the launch of Omni-Gen™ Personal Edition. Building on Information Builders’ line of industry-recognized data management solutions, Omni-Gen Personal Edition provides business users with a robust self-service tool to perform data quality activities in the absence of IT professionals. Today, enterprises are plagued with poor data quality with an estimated 60 percent of effort allocated to data preparation to support BI and analytics program initiatives. The challenge of data quality is further compounded with an estimated 40 percent year-over-year growth in the volume of digital data within the typical enterprise.”

The release goes on, “Omni-Gen Personal Edition delivers an intuitive user interface that allows business users to address such data quality challenges in a self-service model: (1) Data Exploration: Gaining insight into local data sources (e.g., spreadsheets, databases) with the ability to investigate and analyze deeper aspects of data quality, such as value patterns and compliance, with rules for standard and common content types. (2) Data Cleanup and Transformation: Addressing errors and inconsistencies by selectively choosing and applying various built-in cleansing and validation rules, ranging from most simple to powerful. (3) Data Reconciliation: Side-by-side viewing of raw and cleansed data values and related quality attributes to ensure completeness of applied data quality rules.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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