Decrypt table and column names with business friendly aliases and provide meaning and purpose of data assets with descriptions, so that everyone knows what data you have & where it can be found.
Scan your databases and find and tag fields holding personal data and private health data so you can know what data you are processing and where to comply with data protection regulations such as GDPR or HIPAA.
Improve data discoverability, usability and trust with data documentation shared in easily accessible web portal. Allow data analysts, data scientists, and other users to focus on getting insights from data instead of searching for it. Bring life-saving innovations faster to the public and optimize patient care.
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