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Your Data is Well Protected! From Insights...

There's an army approaching to the gates of your data. Army of data-and-insights-thristy crowd of business people. They are not satisfied with whatever reports there are created by your IT. They want to make educated decisions based on data, they want to ask questions on their own. And from those answers ask new questions. And they want answers right away. They want to be self-reliant. Empowered. They do not want to be at the mercy of a handful of IT or data gurus. There's a crowd coming...

But don't you worry - your data is hidden behind the mountains of obscure data structures with access by the narrow corridor. Protected by a handful of your best IT people. If the crowd wants the data - they need to go through them. And it's not easy. The crowd is large, the corridor narrow. Not many can try at a time. Your data is well protected. Protected from insights.

But... there's a path through the mountains. The crowd does not have to go through the narrow corridor. They can bypass the brave. They can get educated in navigating winding and dangerous paths that lead to the data. There is a map! A map that can lead many to the source of the truth and enlightment. The wisdom that empowers.

This map is the holy book (holy catalog rather), The Data Catalog. The Catalog with the chapters of The Data Dictionary, The Business Glossary, The Data Relationships... This catalog makes the blind see. The unbelievers believe. It makes everyone equal in the realm of data...

And the catalog can be adopted by all. It's not for the chosen ones. Kingdoms of all sizes can have it. That change cannot be stopped. So do not resist and adopt it before you are the last one fighting the wrong fight. Fight against insights.

Your journey begins here - at Dataedo enterprise metadata management & data catalog software.

Piotr Kononow

CEO and founder of Dataedo. For many years business analyst, software architect and project manager in various industries - asset management, heavy industry, telco, utilities/gas and tourism. His specialties are data warehousing/BI and business applications.

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