Key Benefits for Business people

  • Regular data quality measurements and reporting
  • Business-defined checks and rules
  • Reporting dashboards, scorecards and trends over time
  • Decisions based on accurate data (known data quality level)
  • Rapid discovery and triggering of new issues
  • DQ improvements based on check results
  • Mitigation of risks
  • Elimination of loss

Key Benefits for ITC Department

  • Flexible architecture
  • Checks applicable to various data sources
  • Short implementation cycle
  • Fast implementation of checks
  • Low implementation costs
  • Lower operational costs


Comprehensive profiling and monitoring

Use controls defined by technical checks, business rules, or both together, in entity, record and attribute-level analyses.

User-customizable dashboard

Define custom dashboards, reports, business rules and technical controls.

User experience

All users can access current and historical data quality information with no learning curve; detailed or overview, based on user security management.

Drill-down from high-level

Drill-down from high-level dashboard indicators to samples of non-compliant data, or configure related controls and detailed checks or business rules.

Fine-tune new and existing controls

Fine-tune new and existing controls.

Data Quality trends

Data Quality trends allow data quality levels to be monitored over a defined time period

Data Quality scorecards

Make use of tri-level thresholds set for monitoring and reporting conformance with business quality expectations.

Event monitoring

Allow in-tool processes to be shown and logged with almost all related events across the enterprise (as status of data processing in ETL tools).

Data stewardship and collaboration tools

Support issue tracking and collaboration between business users, technical users, analysts and stewards.