Data Governance made simple
SEMANTA is the ultimate suite for data governance professionals. You will find the appropriate tool to fix every need on your journey to functional data governance.
Start your project with pre-configured glossaries and catalogues.
- Business Glossary
- Data Dictionary
- Report Catalogue
- Systems and Apps
- Data Quality Rules
21st century tools for 21st century knowledge workers.
- Google-like searching
- Wiki-like authoring
- Information-centric collaboration
- Visio-like diagramming
- Simple workflows
- Out-of-the-box connectors
- Social features
Load metadata from all your data sources and make it easy to access for any user.
Modelling Tools (SAP PowerDesigner, CA ERwin)
Databases (Teradata Database, Oracle Database, Microsoft SQL Server)
Reporting platforms (MicroStrategy, IBM Cognos, SAP Business Objects)
ERPs and CRMs (SalesForce, SAP ERP. SAP BW, Siebel, Oracle eBusiness Suite, JDEdwards, Peoplesoft)
Go For It
With us, you can start a Data Governance initiative and have tangible results in just a few weeks.
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Semanta would like to invite you to a Data Governance business breakfast in Cologne, Germany, on Fri 28th October 2016.
Semanta would like to invite you to a Data Governance business breakfast in Frankfurt, Germany, on Thu 27th October 2016.
Semanta would like to invite you to a Data Governance business breakfast in Stuttgart, Germany, on Wed 26th October 2016.
Semanta would like to invite you to a Data Governance business breakfast in Munich, Germany, on Tue 25th October 2016.
The Chronicles of Data Governance - the story of Data Governance in five chapters.
Se společností MAIND Vás zveme na Data Governance Breakfast, která se bude konat v Bratislavě 21.9.2016 v hotelu NH Gate One.
The Great Library of Alexandria is an inspiring story for any Information or BI Manager and we can still learn from it, even after 2 millenia.
The competitive environment, external conditions (regulators, laws) and modern technology require us to dramatically change and improve how we work with information.