Take Cost Out
[of the Data Ecosystem]

Global IDs provides Fortune 500 companies with software tools to identify cost savings and cost avoidance opportunities across the data landscape.

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Analyze
[your Data Ecosystem]

Data profiling provides the foundation of Data Ecosystem Management by scanning enterprise data assets and mapping core data assets to business function.

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Cleanse
[your Data Ecosystem]

Data governance extends the foundation by improving the quality and trustworthiness of enterprise data.

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Simplify
[your Data Ecosystem]

Data Rationalization is used to reduce costs by eliminating redundant databases from the data ecosystem.

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Migrate
[your Data Ecosystem]

By migrating core data assets into Hadoop, and using inexpensive processors, memory and storage on cloud platforms, the cost structure of Data Ecosystems can be reduced significantly.

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1 Profiling 2 Governance 3 Rationalization 4 Migration

Taking Cost Out of Data Ecosystems

Large organizations spend a lot of money in maintaining complex data ecosystems with thousands of databases.

Previous cost-cutting initiatives have reduced costs by tackling the low-hanging fruit found in data silos. However, significant cost reduction opportunities remain at the data ecosystem level.

Global IDs allows organizations to follow a systematic approach to taking cost out the data ecosystem.

Data Ecosystem transformation projects can systematically eliminate costs from multiple areas in IT and Business.

Meeting the Challenge of Complex Data

The Data Complexity Challenge

As companies move from application-centric to data-centric environments, it’s extremely difficult to bring data assets together without automation.

Regulatory Demands on Data

Regulatory organizations are demanding more and more data from companies in a timely fashion and the regulatory landscape is ever changing.

Global IDs: A New Approach

Companies must address their data problems in new ways and utilize software automation to bring transparency to their data landscape.

Testimonials

  • Financial Services
  • Healthcare
  • Retail
  • Telecom
  • Pharma
  • Media
The increased amount of oversight that banks and financial institutions are facing from U.S. and international regulatory bodies is forcing a level of responsiveness and clarity in reporting that just wasn’t there in the past.
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The combined issues of data privacy and information security are somewhat unique to healthcare. The ultimate end solution will have to extend beyond the central organization across the entirety of the healthcare landscape.
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Knowing the data landscape and what requires the highest level of security is an absolute must in today’s e-commerce world.
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When we first began working with (a major telecom), their goal was to eliminate $25 million in IT cost annually through data rationalization. Once they really understood the process and more people got exposure to the Global IDs tool, especially marketing, they quickly realized all sorts of their opportunities what they could get out of the data.
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Healthcare is shifting toward more outcomes-based treatment, which requires collective data sharing. And if gathering, linking, sharing and aggregating all this patient information isn't challenging enough, the data must be kept private, secure and HIPAA compliant.
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As CIOs of media companies attempt to rationalize their data environments, they must first have a good understanding of the data assets in their enterprise. For organizations with thousands ofdatabases and filesystems, the Global IDs software can provide transparency and help them inventory their digital assets globally.
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