Maintain consistent, valid, and available reference data across your entire enterprise in an intuitive application. Say goodbye to manually maintained Excel spreadsheets shared over email with no governance.
RDM provides the flexibility and workflow functionality needed to create a company-wide Reference Data Management environment that is not only secure and powerful, but also easy to use.
Flat and hierarchical data handling capabilities
User-friendly interface for reference data entry and review
Secure multi-user environment
Customizable data propagation back end, fully integrated with Ataccama DQC
Customizable approval workflow for confirmation of entered data
The application is capable of both obtaining the data from external systems and publishing the data to the external systems, using either the JDBC API or exporting full data extracts in flat file formats. External applications can also query and update data using the web service interface.
RDM provides full role-based security, with the option to leverage organizational structure to provide even stricter access control based on the employee’s role or department. RDM can also leverage your existing LDAP and Single Sign-On solution.
All aspects of the record managing process are fully configurable, including the number of steps in the workflow, permissions, and actions to be performed. Different workflows can be used for different entities.
RDM maintains a history of all modifications made in the RDM application, including creation, changes, and deletions. Auditing also records information about who performed an action and when, along with which entity was affected.
The RDM application allows users to synchronize, create, update, manage, and monitor reference data that is used across the entire organization. Typical use cases include maintenance of shared reference data, data warehouse dimensional tables, cross-system translation tables, or data quality exception rules.
The RDM application uses a modern web-based interface with minimal requirements on the client machine—all that is necessary is a web browser.
A major UK and European telco provider tackled customer data segmentation and accounted for millions of pounds in revenue—satisfying executive management, business, and IT.
One of the biggest US payment processing companies built a reliable Big Data reservoir and uncovered millions of dollars owed to them in unpaid balances.
One of the world’s largest airlines undertook a major Reference Data Management initiative to enable successful collaboration between IT and business users.