data.world Announces New Automation and Governance Capabilities to Democratize Data Access

 data.world, the cloud-native enterprise data catalog company, today announced several new platform features that simplify data discovery and access, automate workflows, and enable greater self-service for data consumers. Enhancements now available to enterprise customers include Search Builder, Sensitive Data Discovery, and SQL and SPARQL Time Travel. Concept Cards will be released later this year.

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The new catalog capabilities underpin data.world’s commitment to agile data governance and connecting data to the people who need it through last-mile governance. Agile data governance is the process of creating and improving data assets by iteratively capturing knowledge as data producers and consumers work together so that everyone can benefit. Last-mile governance democratizes access to data by enabling organizations to curate well-informed datasets and safely share them for greater collaboration within the enterprise.

“Our top objective is to help customers be more efficient and effective in their data work,” said Jon Loyens, co-founder and chief product officer at data.world. “Whether they want to democratize data access, monetize data assets, or simply need to meet governance and compliance requirements, we are continuously innovating to deliver experiences that align to our customer’s goals and brings people closer together in data and analytics work.”

“data.world supports a spectrum of personas including data engineers, data stewards, and data analysts, with a particular emphasis on business decision-makers,” added Eckerson Group research analyst Joe Hilleary. “Because it aims to expand data and catalog access as broadly as possible to facilitate collaboration, it has designed the platform to be accessible to the least technical denominator.”

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