Mortgage Company Uses DataFlux Technology to Improve Reporting, Manage Compliance

Mortgage Company Uses DataFlux Technology to Improve Reporting, Manage Compliance

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Like every publically-traded company, this business has faced increasing Federal oversight in the wake of many high-profile corporate scandals. New regulatory requirements, such as the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) legislation, only added to the compliance burden in an already heavily-regulated industry. The company was particularly concerned with new quarterly and annual financial reporting requirements. To meet these regulations, the company decided to institute a proactive data governance initiative to ensure that it was operating from the best possible data.

The company chose DataFlux dfPower® Studio and the DataFlux Integration Server to help it meets its compliance goals. Using the data profiling and data monitoring capabilities of dfPower Studio, the company's business analysts were able to work separately from the IT department to develop their own business rules for data quality.
Vendor:
DataFlux Corporation
Posted:
14 Jan 2009
Published
14 Jan 2009
Format:
PDF
Length:
2 Page(s)
Type:
Case Study
Language:
English
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