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DataQA® shows you exactly, by row and value, where and why data problems exist.

 

"10-20 x faster than other methods such as Excel macros, or hand crafted SQL" - Jeremy Walker - Data Quality Consultant, Phusis.

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Benefits

DataQA: Business-friendly reports

Business friendly

Actionable reports show exactly, by row and value, where bad data exists.

DataQA: Understand where data will not support your goals

Insight

See in advance where data will not support your project, technical or business goals.

DataQA: Start testing data quickly

Start Quickly

A full library of drag-and-drop Templates will get you up and running in no time.

DataQA: test data against the most complex requirements

Customise

Customise Templates to test data against complex business or technical rules.

DataQA: use interactively or integrate into existing processes

Agile

DataQA can be used interactively or integrated into automated processes.

DataQA: up to 20x faster than conventional methods

Do more, faster

Up to 20x quicker and easier than conventional techniques.

Solutions

DataQA: On-board data to the Cloud, quickly and predictably

Cloud Apps

On-board data to the Cloud, quickly and predictably

DataQA: will 'legacy' data support your SAP project?

SAP

See in advance whether 'legacy' data will support your SAP project

DataQA: Business-friendly reports

Data migrations

Make data migrations more predictable by testing whether data is 'ready' to migrate

Our BLOG

It's a wrap!

As we mentioned in our earlier post Lights! Camera! Action!, we’ve been shooting an overview video on DataQA to provide a quick tour of the product, and it’s in the can!

July 23, 2014
 

The time has come...

“The time has come”, the Walrus said, “to speak of many things”.
The Walrus and the Carpenter – Lewis Carroll

In the past BDQ’s social media approach has been, how can I put it, a bit half-hearted. Like many companies, we set up a number of profiles on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter but then have not made the most of them. Leaving them to sit and wait, with the digital equivalent of dust settling on them.

July 15, 2014