Changing expectations within the public around data access & transparency require strategies that deliver faster access to data without sacrificing security. Go beyond cataloguing to implement a holistic data platform to reduce the risk of disclosure of sensitive data and increase ongoing value generation from data.
Using Aristotle Metadata you can get a faster return-on-investment (ROI) by leveraging interest in data sharing to improve data quality by:
- Engaging users & business users across the entire organisation
- Improving the efficiency of data governance
- Increasing oversight of data using out-of-the-box CDO dashboards
How Aristotle Metadata is helping the Australian public sector
Whakaatuhia te aratakitanga whakahaere raraunga
Accelerate digital adoption of data governance using Aristotle Metadata Software-as-a-Service solutions. Increase efficiency of data requests using metadata-driven systems that improve data security and data discoverability.
We helped a government department build a data profiler to index data assets in a central location to search across data lakes. This was supported by a Tablion Data Portal that delivered an end-to-end system which reduced time to respond to data requests by 50%.
Whakapai ake te pupuri matauranga umanga
Improve adoption by giving staff skills that promote career growth. Reduce vendor lock-in with a system built on tested standards. Improve talent acquisition and reduce onboarding time with easy to user interfaces
Our client leveraged widespread adoption of Aristotle Metadata to bring in expert staff on secondment. This accelerated adoption to hundreds of users in all areas across their agency to document 80% of key data assets within 6 months.
Kua pai ake te mohiotanga ahurea ki nga raraunga
All Aristotle Metadata products support multli-lingual management of business terms, including the support for Māori as an prefer language for interaction. This ensures that all users are able to understand data collected for them and about them in the terms and langage most culturally appropriate - a key requirement in achieving Māori Data Sovereignty.
A national government agency selected the Aristotle Metadata to build a multilingual data management system. Over 60% of all business terms were recorded in at least 2 languages, improving compliance with government policy, improving cultural sensitivity of data and increasing the engagement and use of data by multiculutural researchers.
Read about how Aristotle Metadata helped the NSW Department of Communities and Justice.
Aristotle has provided an excellent metadata and data governance tool set to the department to enable us to better understand our data holdings.