Stamford, CT, June 02, 2011 — Ataccama Corporation, a leading provider of data quality, master data management (MDM) and data governance software, announced today that it has distributed 3,000 licenses of its high-performance data profiling application Data Quality Analyzer (DQA). DQA is highly scalable and capable of analyzing millions of records in a matter of minutes. The application is available via download at no cost and allows enterprise data managers the ability to quickly analyze and understand the quality of data within large databases. A rich feature set delivers a wealth of statistical analysis including frequency, domain, pattern analysis, duplication count, business rules, and correlation between multiple sources.  All analyses support the ability to drill down to source-level problematic records.

“Profiling data is the first step toward improving the accuracy of information businesses and organizations rely on to run efficiently and effectively," said Michal Klaus, CEO of Ataccama. “Our goal with DQA is to provide a robust modern profiling tool, free of charge, so that customers can conduct a data quality assessment and get a complete and reliable view of their data.”

Ataccama's DQA version 7 is part of an integrated software platform of data quality and master data management functionality. All data profiling tasks and configurations can be saved for future use, allowing periodic tracking of overall information quality.  All profiling configurations and rules can then be directly imported and reused within Ataccama Data Quality Center (DQC) or Ataccama Master Data Center (MDC).

“The strategy of sharing our profiling technology in a completely open way gives our prospects everything they require to make a highly-informed evaluation of their specific business and technical needs,” said Jim Jarvie, CMO of Ataccama. “We are very confident in our products. The fact that we hit our 3,000 license milestone demonstrates that the market has taken notice.”

DQA can be freely downloaded at

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