This is the second part of our two-part blog series on why data lake data governance is different. To read part 1, please click here. Continue reading Why Data Lake Data Governance is Different: Part 2
Many in the industry hold the opinion that Data Governance and Management are activities abstracted from the technologies and data patterns they serve. This is somewhat true but when we look at how technological advances will bring the promise of speed, time-to-market, machine learning, and AI, the face of data management will change. Continue reading Why Data Lake Data Governance is Different: Part 1
Informationist Dave Nolting will be presenting during the Collibra Financial User Group webinar this Wednesday, June 14th at 11 AM EST. Continue reading Informationist Dave Nolting to Present During Upcoming Collibra Financial User Group Webinar
Knowledgent is pleased to be hosting the Collibra Meetup happening on Wednesday, March 22nd at the Knowledgent New York City office! Continue reading Knowledgent Hosting Upcoming Collibra Meetup in NYC
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5) How a Healthcare Organization Utilized a Next-Generation Data & Analytics Platform to Improve Patient Care and Lower Costs
Learn how we were able to help a major healthcare organization gain a scalable data lake populated with refined data that was made available for data scien tists via analytic sandboxes or dedicated work areas.
4) White Paper: Driving Data Agility with the Data Lake
Co-authored by our alliance partner Collibra, this white paper explores how the data lake can help organizations overcome challenges within the enterprise data warehouse, as well as how to successfully design a data lake, and the characteristics of a successful data lake implementation.
3) Video: What is the Segment of One?
Informationist Nick Kramer discusses what the Segment of One is, how it relates to customer centricity, what data is available today to enable it, and why advanced analytics are critical to success.
2) The Agile Analytics Life Cycle
Trying to improve the state of data analytics in your organization and wondering if you should leverage a data lake? One of the main advantages of a data lake is the acceleration of advanced analytics capabilities. Our infographic outlines the agile analytic life cycle.
1) Knowledgent Named One of the 20 Most Promising Healthcare Analytics Solutions Providers
Knowledgent was pleased to be named one of the 20 Most Promising Healthcare Analytics Solutions Providers by Healthcare Tech Outlook for 2015.
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Knowledgent and Collibra have co-authored a white paper entitled, “Driving Data Agility with the Data Lake”.
Business users are continuously envisioning new and innovative ways to use data for operational reporting and advanced analytics. The data lake, a next-generation data storage and management solution, was developed to meet the ever-evolving needs of increasingly savvy users. Continue reading White Paper with Collibra: Driving Data Agility with the Data Lake
As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grab headlines across all industries, Healthcare has seen an explosion of data over the last few years as more entities become technology enabled through Electronic Medical Records (EMRs). Continue reading White Paper: Data Lake Opportunities in Healthcare
In Pharmaceutical R&D, Research and Development are always grouped together almost unconsciously at this point. While connected, the Research and Development areas tend to have different needs and different ways of doing business. Continue reading Why Research is the Perfect Place to Begin Your Data Lake Initiative
Healthcare providers are facing an increasingly complex operational landscape. To remain competitive, they need to leverage the data at their disposal to improve patient outcomes, reduce readmissions, and provide high quality standards of care – all while controlling costs.
At Knowledgent, we’re helping our clients achieve this aim through groundbreaking projects that involve generating Unified Patient Records (UPRs) to facilitate analytics and promote a more individualized view of the patient. The creation of UPRs is necessary because good database design requires normalized data. In database parlance, this means that different kinds of information are stored in different tables so repetition is avoided and records cannot become contradictory. Continue reading Accelerating Patient-Centric Analytics with Unified Patient Records
You have invested in Master Data Management and are now reaping the benefits of MDM in your enterprise. This is great, but what do you do now? You may not have even thought about your MDM platform for a while.
Here are some reasons that you may want to review it, and see if an upgrade to your existing software is in your future: Continue reading When and Why to Consider MDM Upgrades