Helping Guide Your Long-Term Information Governance Strategy - DSP 6.1

December 19, 2014

Introducing the newest update to the 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.

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Hello, my name is Tyler Warden, I am the Senior Director for Product Management here at BackOffice Associates. 

The new update, really enables a much broader user base to interact and extract value from the DSP. We really looked at reporting and metrics and tracking, allowing every user in an organization to really get at their data and understand what really is a complex business process made simple by the platform.

The updates to the Data Stewardship Platform really center weights on target execution and reporting, system and target design and reuse and overall improvement to the user experience.

Report and project tracking really allows users to extract that proper information from any information governance project or activity and get it to the right people at the right time. The target design and system design allows users to collaboratively interact on setting the data standards and the foundation for the use and governance of any system. And the user experience improvements are our continuous dedication to ensuring that all users have the best possible experience with the Data Stewardship Platform and the solutions built on top. 

Companies will see an increase to their speed-to-value, they will decrease their total cost of ownership and see a greater acceptance of visibility of the information governance activities that go on in an organization. This increased ownership, this decreased cost and the standardization of information governance on a platform, has benefits that range from both the technical as well as the business level.

Fewer business process interruptions, less overhead costs, increased visibility, improved reporting and an overall happier user because there are less interruptions because of data quality and information governance issues. 

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