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Use your existing AI data sets & Catalogs

The more you can bring into your centralized hub, the higher you'll climb in terms of ROI and data integration. We want to keep it as easy as possible for you to connect with APIs, databases, other tools like Google Analytics, AWS, or Salesforce so that we can run your existing data through a sound cleansing process. Once every piece of information is centralized at a single entry point, we'll apply machine learning-based natural language processing (NLP) to each record and assign it standardized business tags. We call this process "data curation" and while it's happening below-the-radar, there's nothing that a product manager needs to do outside the usual workflow!

Operationalize data and analytics governance

Use automated mechanisms to create, certify and approve assets. Using a consistent taxonomy, develop a business vocabulary and structure for storing that information in standard formats in approved naming conventions.

Enable self-service data access

With a powerful and high-performance search engine, users can find, understand and access data without waiting for IT approval. The data will be available on demand, when needed, contextual to the end user's current location or specific task.


Enable team members to make use of the company's data. Make it so that team members can easily share, reuse, and collaborate with the data. Allow users to leave feedback to contribute to helping others on the team learn how to use that data effectively. If someone likes your work (as in a product review), it can help accelerate data usage and adoption.

Establish harmony between data, people, and businesses

Embed quality management and governance into every phase of the data lifecycle, including initial acquisition, curation, storage, and presentation. Depend more on upfront compliance certification than late remediation to guarantee consistency in behaviour across the enterprise.

Empower your teams with Business Intelligence

Creates an environment in which enterprise business users, as well as business analysts, can gain access to the right data across all sources, be able to easily analyze and interpret it without too much effort and know-how to share their findings aptly.