Solidatus’ simple, intuitive and flexible web-based application allows organisations to rapidly discover, visualise and understand how data flows through their systems.
Case Study Overview
Solidatus empowers enterprises to accelerate understanding and optimisation of data and processes. Find out how we’re helping organisations in Financial Services, Healthcare, Retail and Utilities in this case study overview.
Data Privacy: Unlock Its True Value
With Solidatus, compliance expenditure isn’t narrowly constrained and can, instead, be transformative – an opportunity to elevate and transform an organisation’s data capabilities.
Data Lineage Visualised: Gain a trusted 360 view of data flows
Create and analyse a visual representation of the connections that drive your organisation through collaborative knowledge-sharing within one centrally-managed solution.
Operational data governance: Achieving early success
Solidatus empowers organisations to design and implement operationally efficient and business-enabling data governance. Access, control and trust your data.
Data Cataloging: A Foundation of Data Management
Develop or employ a number of related data catalog artefacts, including Data Dictionaries, Business Glossaries and Data Taxonomies.
Banks require their risk data reporting platforms to be built with their business needs in mind – they need to be user-friendly, adaptable, accurate and fast in delivering reporting.
Firms need to ensure that they have sound processes for review, challenge, and aggregation of estimates used in their capital planning processes. How will you defend the soundness of your estimate aggregations?
GDPR was designed to give back control of personal data to the individual while defining a clear set of rules on data protection for European Citizens. All organisations that process personal data of EU citizens must also comply.
Solidatus reduces the time and cost involved in managing HIPAA requirements and provides a clear understanding of the impacts on organisations, the shared responsibilities and promotes enterprise best practice and change.
The first challenge of IBOR transformation is to identify preferred alternatives. There are many, and not all are consistent. Where identified, the focus has been on technical aspects and the repapering of contracts.
IFRS 17 is the biggest change to insurance accounting compliance this century. It requires a substantial transformation in business process and data flows to meet the new accounting standards.
Organisational compliance to the new Brazilian general data protection law, Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados, is costly and complex. The legal framework protecting the use of personal information applies to all organisations holding this data.
These updates will see reporting obligations grow from 4,000 data points to more than 300,000 across 260 pages in 67 reports. Solidatus offers the potential to turn this regulatory requirement into an operational asset.
Solidatus provides a demonstrable compliance with cloud storage regulations, the right to Access and Correction, in addition to both DNC and NRIC legislation by understanding the flow and location of data.
As regulations tighten, organisations can no longer view compliance as a ‘tick box’ exercise, and are finding ways to encourage staff to take personal responsibility, improve conduct at all levels and ensure they clearly understand their legal obligations.
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Award-winning Solidatus is empowering enterprises globally to accelerate their understanding and optimisation of their data and organisational processes. The Solidatus methodology for digitally transforming organisations to be data-centric and lineage-enabled is changing how businesses discover, document, map and manage their data.
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