Posts Tagged ‘metadata search’

Achieving Data Democratization in Financial Services (Part 4 of 4)

Over the last three blog posts, we discussed the importance of data democratization in financial services. Today, we want to share a few final words. To maximize the value of data resources, they must be discoverable by those who require the information. Once a needed data source is identified, it is best to have an […]

Connecting Data Governance to an Enterprise Search Tool in Financial Services (Part 3 of 4)

In our last blog post, we shared a proven approach to architecting a metadata search solution. Today, we’ll share a few high-level details about a solution that Perficient built, which can allow all types of financial services companies to jump-start their data democratization programs. Perficient has developed a highly capable abstraction layer called Handshake, which […]

Architecting a Comprehensive Metadata Search Solution for Financial Institutions (Part 2 of 4)

In my last blog post, I introduced data democratization. Today, I’ll share an approach to architecting a metadata search solution that enables data democratization. There are a number of ways to craft a comprehensive guided search of a firm’s data catalog and governance metadata repositories, each with its own cost/benefit profiles. For example, creating a […]

Data Democratization in Financial Services (Part 1 of 4)

In my 30-plus years of leading and supporting data programs for major financial brands, data democratization has gone from wish lists to a must-have. Over the next few blog posts, I will discuss the concept of data democratization and why it’s critical for financial institutions, from banks to insurance companies, to embrace it. Data is […]