Organize, track and secure

critical business asssets

The Challenge 

Now that modern technologies are bringing this industry into the 21st century, auditing should no longer be thought of as an old-fashioned concept. If businesses can’t track system usage from a single place, it becomes increasingly time-consuming and difficult to have a full understanding of what’s going on. If users can’t access everything they need from a single place, they rely on having multiple credentials for all these different systems, bringing a multitude of issues. 

A business glossary is crucial to any data governance strategy, yet it is often overlooked. As areas within an organization continue to use different terms and definitions for assets, departmental silos will be created and heightened misinterpretation run throughout. If consistency is not defined, a business glossary cannot be used to maximise communication and understanding across the organization, and the lack of governance will eventually become an issue for company-wide initiatives. 


The Solution


  • Define business terminology across all systems  – standardization
  • Align all report content and KPIs 
  • Group all reports by a specific ‘business definition’
  • Establish ownership of ‘definitions’ used across the business 
  • Improved communication, the accuracy of terminology and boost understanding
  • Store metadata and link to source systems 
  • Promote data quality awareness and overall understanding to become more data-driven overall
  • Heighten end-to-end traceability and gain better visibility into data
  • Get an accurate understanding of what’s going on in your BI systems
  • One login for all business systems – improved user experience 
  • Simplified username and password management – reducing support calls
  • Inherit security from underlying business systems
  • Frictionless employee and customer experiences
  • Increase in loyalty and conversion rates
  • Stronger security, seamless integrations and boosted efficiencies 
  • Mitigate security risks for your customers, vendors, and partner entities – improved identity protection
  • Understand what BI systems are being accessed – grow adoption 
  • Track what report assets are being used by person, department or organization
  • Ensure that the investment in all BI systems is being utilized
  • Aligning maintenance and support costs accordingly
  • Invest cost-savings elsewhere in the business 
  • Understand and reduce the duplication of assets
  • Eliminate the development of existing reports – saving time

Customer Stories

What success looks like

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