360 Data® Enterprise Hub pushes data governance, data quality, and LEI innovation
Kingland Systems (KSC), a full-service technology provider of financial services software and solutions, has recently released 360 Data® Enterprise Hub v5.0. Within the MDM platform, foundational enhancements and new capability introductions allow for further management and integration of several key data priorities for large clients.
Enterprise Hub’s updates boost its innovative foundation, creating a stable platform for faster and more concise MDM workflow and permitting better management of data governance aspects such as authority and prioritization. The "360 View" functionality within Enterprise Hub is updated, improving data lineage capabilities for managing source preferences and data quality. Enterprise Hub has also expanded its compatible operating systems and are now certified on AIX and Redhat Linux operating systems running against either DB2 or Oracle database technologies. These certifications provide customers more options for deploying Enterprise Hub within varying IT infrastructures.
Jason Toyne, principal architect for Enterprise Hub, is pleased with the MDM platform updates. “The 5.0 release contains a number of enhancements to existing features, but more importantly, introduces many new capabilities. Features such as a probabilistic matching engine and Adaptive Services Interface technology allow custom services integrations to be created graphically on top of our more than 900 existing business services,” says Toyne.
Tony Brownlee, Kingland Systems partner and head of Data Solutions, emphasizes that the MDM platform has a distinct advantage as one of the few tools available to improve integration, management, and distribution of LEI data. “Enterprise Hub 5.0 continues to build upon both our partnership with IBM and the incredibly powerful MDM architecture [KSC] implements to accelerate our customers’ MDM initiatives - all while helping them move forward with financial services imperatives like the LEI,” says Brownlee.