Further Enables Active Intelligence with Deeper Visibility Into Lifecycle of Data, Increasing Confidence and Use of Data for Informed Actions
Qlik announced the acquisition of NodeGraph on the 12th of August, a customizable metadata management solution, to help expand its analytics data pipeline capabilities with interactive data lineage, impact analysis and governance and drive “explainable BI,” a higher level of visibility and trust in data.
“As enterprises activate data and increase its use for real-time decision-making, it’s crucial that data be timely, trustworthy and consistent across the entire organization,” said Mike Capone, CEO of Qlik. “NodeGraph’s interactive data lineage, impact analysis and governance capabilities make it crystal clear where data is coming from, how it was transformed and how trustworthy it is. This visibility provides every employee with confidence and trust in data, which is essential in creating a culture driven by Active Intelligence where data becomes part of every task.”
NodeGraph’s lineage and governance capabilities will expand Qlik’s ability to provide the data fabric that customers need to fully understand the data flowing through their analytics data pipelines – from source through transformation to use. NodeGraph’s unique field level lineage on specific data elements and their transformations helps identify “gold-standard” calculations and shows exactly where important metrics and KPIs come from, driving the notion of “explainable BI” across multiple versions of the truth.
The open design of NodeGraph enables connectivity and lineage across a wide ecosystem of cloud platforms such as AWS, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure, along with an entire range of analytics sources such as Qlik, SSIS, Snowflake, Microsoft Power BI and Tableau, which perfectly matches Qlik’s agnostic approach to data integration. The depth and breadth of understanding that’s possible with NodeGraph will help organisations confidently expand data and analytics access and modernize and migrate analytics to the cloud.
“NodeGraph enables us to understand data lineage within our Qlik universe more efficiently and more completely, and consequently allows us to deliver value to the business with increased efficiency and confidence,” Lauren Coulombe, BI Developer at Ocean State Job Lot.
When deployed as part of Qlik’s cloud platform, NodeGraph will further expand Qlik’s existing SaaS roadmap and bring new capabilities to Qlik’s catalog, including impact analysis, field-level lineage, and personalized consumer user experience in areas of collaboration, cognitive, search, and relevancy scores on content leveraging data “popularity.” NodeGraph will also support Qlik’s hybrid data delivery strategy with lineage to enrich regulatory compliance requirements.
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