Data Governance

Supporting your data governance program requires more than spreadsheets and simple documentation tools. EBX5 supports every facet of your data governance program with a process-driven, governance repository to capture all your critical data elements, business terms, policies, rules and responsibilities. Data stewards, managers, users and data owners can collaborate through workflow-driven, intuitive user interfaces.
Improve business ownership. EBX5 is designed for end users, data stewards and business analysts.
Support for any business metadata. EBX5 can absorb all your artifacts, including Critical Data Elements, policies, business rules, RACI matrixes, and business terms.
More than documentation. Because EBX5 goes beyond just metadata, you can link it to your master and reference data.
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EBX5 features

Support for any metadata including critical data elements, rules, policies
Business glossary with definitions, classifications, RACI
Collaborative workflow for policy management, issue management
Change request and approval workflows for data stewards
Manage links to other data assets including master data, reference data
KPIs and dashboards to track data quality and performance

Featured white paper: Data Governance in a Box with EBX

An End-to-End Approach to Operationalizing Data Governance. An Information Asset, LLC white paper presented in collaboration with Orchestra Networks
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Customer cases and webinars

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Better Data Governance through Better Reference Data

Reference data management (RDM) provides a data governance capability similar to the general ledger for financial management. You can live without it, but it’s hard to balance the books. It provides a means to govern how we classify, differentiate, reference, and analyze “things” represented by our data. Bringing together reference data into a single environment for governance and stewardship improves consistent use of the data, improves the quality of regulatory data, improves the results of analytics, improves interactions with our clients, and reduces the costs of data management. Reference master data can also provide a social hub to share classification schemes that result from, or lead to, innovation in the way we see our businesses.

In this session, the speakers share concrete patterns for creating and managing mastered reference data, covering the following topics:

– Understanding & leveraging the codependent relationship between Data Governance & RDM
– Focusing on single trusted source of reference data, vs. application integration, as a priority for maximum business value
– Bringing reference data & business glossaries together
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Automating Data Governance Policy

As more organizations develop their data governance competencies one question lingers—How should organizations track/audit/automate the implementation of these policies in data management?

In this webinar, Nicola and Conrad, posit one approach. They describe how organizations are using cross-cutting workflows, feedback loops and integration between traditional data governance tools (e.g. business glossaries) and master data management software to bridge the gap between data governance and data management.

This session will include case studies and lessons learned from multiple industries.
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What’s next?

Learn more about EBX5, a new way to manage, govern and share your data assets.
Watch EBX5 in action for business users, data stewards, developers and business analysts.
Contact us to arrange a demo and discuss your Data Management initiative.