Do you have Information Gaps in your organization? The answer is probably yes–most enterprises do.
What are Information Gaps?
Enterprises strive to be data-driven, using data across the organization to provide exceptional customer experiences, anticipate market conditions, and innovate with new products. But good data, robust analytics, and high productivity are critical to producing and disseminating the valuable information that comes from the volumes of data that flow into organizations constantly. Without these three things, organizations run the risk of opening up Information Gaps that divide teams, silo data, and produce misinformation that can point your business in the wrong direction.
But how do you know when you have Information Gaps, and where do those data gaps lie? Now there’s a really easy way to find out: The Information Gap Assessment.
Take the assessment and find the gaps in your data
In just a few minutes of your time, our Information Gap Assessment can help you figure out where Information Gaps are lurking in your organization, and whether those gaps are preventing your valuable data and insights from getting to the right people, in the right place at the right time. You’ll just need to answer 12 simple questions that include:
- What kind of data you have
- How you use it
- Who has access to it
- And how you spend your time working with data
And we’ll be able to tell you if you’re flying blind because of too many data gaps, if you’re remarkably gap-free, or somewhere in between.
How Matillion helps close Information Gaps
If you’re suffering from gaps in productivity, teams, data, or anything else in your organization, Matillion’s cloud-native, low-code/no-code data integration and transformation tool helps data teams work faster, helps data professionals work more closely together, and helps data users across the organization gain access to shared, secure, connected data that’s easier to turn into valuable insight and information.
The first step in closing Information Gaps is finding them. To get started with our Information Gap Assessment, click the button below.