We were recently discussing ways to explain what DataQA for JIRA is and how it helps manage data defects. Clearly and concisely explaining what a product does and what value it brings is often one of the most challenging parts of developing and selling software. In many ways this is far more...
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As I was sat in the barber's chair one lunchtime earlier this week, I was thinking about BDQ's various different social media profiles and our plans to spruce them up a bit. As time has gone on, they have started to look a little unkempt, perhaps. In need of a bit of trim, here and there. Overall,...
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We are happy to announce the official launch of our new product, DataQA for JIRA.
Happy Back to the Future day. We do not claim that the product we are launching this week will be as revolutionary as the Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor. After all, 1.21 gigawatts is pretty impressive from a couple of banana skins and some flat beer.
As you may have seen, we recently published a couple of short videos. The first was an Introduction to DataQA® starring Chris and one that I did called Reports Overview. We have just posted these videos to YouTube and can be found on our new Business Data Quality Channel.
After Chris' earlier introductory video, it's my turn to face the camera lens and describe the business friendly reports that DataQA® generates, which show exactly by row and column where problems are in data, from either databases or files.
We had requests to package up the great case study from Phusis on how DataQA delivered insight on a global SAP project, so here it is – download here, complete with short example reports.
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!