BackOffice Associates Unveils Data Stewardship Platform 6.1

February 12, 2015 Press Releases

Next Generation DSP 6.1 Guides Long-Term Information Governance Strategies through Data Consistency, Reusability and Relevance

South Harwich, MA – November 12, 2014

BackOffice Associates, the worldwide leader in information governance and data migration solutions, today unveiled Version 6.1 of its industry-proven Data Stewardship Platform™ (DSP™). DSP 6.1 improves organizations’ long-term information governance strategies by delivering a unified, context-aware technology platform that supports all requirements for data consistency, reusability and automated execution of complex information governance programs. Offering centralized access to legacy data and processes to manage business rules, DSP 6.1 enables businesses to continually leverage intellectual knowledge across distributed, global organizations and effectively govern their data ecosystems regardless of which downstream applications or systems are deployed.

“As companies take on more cloud, ERP and other data systems and engage in greater M&A activity, the complexity of enterprise data relationships and management only intensifies,” said Rex Ahlstrom, chief strategy officer, BackOffice Associates. “With the evolution of these enterprise data issues in mind, DSP 6.1 is designed to help organizations quickly and comprehensively orchestrate data migration, quality and governance initiatives, as well as business intelligence and archival projects, across the entire company.” 

Building on an existing foundation of efficiency-driving benefits, DSP 6.1 offers powerful automation to reduce manual effort, services spend and data complexity. The platform combines a wide variety of tools that support information governance projects, reducing cost, time and integration activity at the outset. It addresses today’s requirements of social, mobile, cloud and big data with a laser focus on enabling information reusability and accessibility. Delivering visibility and actionability across organizations’ lifetime of data, DSP 6.1 presents a management solution focused wholly on information governance. New and upgraded DSP features include:

  • Target Data Design lets teams create data designs and rules once and then store them for reuse across downstream applications and projects
  • Auto-Generation of code reduces time and effort for developers and data architects
  • dspTrack™ drives better use of resources and time with project automation to proactively track and control projects, resources, workflow and tasks imported from MSFT Project or created in the solution
  • Real-time data updates through Change Data Capture from DBMoto to reduce data cycle time
  • Centralized reporting in new charting and dashboarding views delivers immediate insights across multiple projects

Extended accessibility to DSP 6.1 through any mobile device can be achieved with BackOffice Associates’ dspMobile solution.

DSP 6.1 can be combined with the newly-launched BackOffice Associates dspCloud, a cloud-based data lifecycle content portal, to achieve end-to-end visibility across projects and access to data stewardship content to accelerate the process of creating and optimizing data migration, data quality and information governance projects and metrics. 

DSP 6.1 is available now through BackOffice Associates. For more details, please visit http://www.boaweb.com/products/data-stewardship-platform/.

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