The solution that facilitates access to information, improves performance management and thus facilitates decision making.
MyDataMapping is one of the options we have packaged from our MyDataCatalog platform, to allow you to have an out-of-the-box solution to address your data mining issues.
Steps to implement data cataloging and mapping with MyDataMapping
Determine what data is available, where it is stored and its life cycle.
Automatic retrieval of detailed data descriptions (format and structure) and content analysis (data classification by algorithms and AI learning model).
Add metadata to data descriptions to provide additional information..
Storage of catalog information
Centralize and share catalog information for easy access and retrieval of data.
Continuously updating the catalog
Automatically maintain the data catalog by adding new data, synchronizing deleted data and updating existing descriptions and metadata.
Saving time and productivity
By avoiding tedious information retrieval and optimizing data management, data mapping saves time and productivity, allowing you to focus on higher value activities.
Better performance management
By identifying the most relevant data sources to measure the organization's performance, data mapping enables performance indicators to be optimized and results to be tracked more effectively.
Improved decision making.
By facilitating access to relevant and reliable data, data mapping improves the quality of decision making, based on up-to-date and accurate information.
Facilitating access to data.
Data mapping allows you to quickly locate relevant information, even in a complex and fragmented environment.
Improving internal collaboration
By facilitating access to data for all collaborators, data mapping helps foster collaboration and cross-functionality between the organization's different departments and businesses.
By mapping data and identifying sensitive data sources, it is easier to detect security and compliance risks so that preventive or corrective actions can be taken.