“May we live in interesting times” goes the saying somewhat ironically known as the Chinese Curse (there is no proven link to China of course!). We are certainly living out those interesting times now and there is a lot going on. At Solidatus, we are not ones to look at the negatives, so let’s have a look at the opportunities that are out there while we are all locked up at home.
As insurers and the insurance industry begin to implement the International Financial Reporting Standard 17 (IFRS 17), I wanted to take a moment to highlight the benefits that Solidatus can help organisations gain from this wholescale evolution of their digital landscape and the huge transformation it will undergo.
As Singapore and now Malaysia gear up towards their digital banking futures, I wanted to look at the opportunities that digital banks have as they look to avoid the millstones their competition must face. Equally, I wanted to show the challenges and opportunities available to incumbents as they look to create their digital banks or look to evolve their transformation to avoid losing competitive advantage. With close to twenty years' experience in finance, I have seen first-hand the explosion in the numbers of systems used and also the challenges of implementing new systems and updates to existing ones. These problems are the norm not the exception. The good news is that there is a solution, one that offers efficiency of resource, improves transparency and governance.
“Regulators and industry participants are leveraging data more comprehensively than ever, so it’s imperative that they have the necessary modeling tools to analyse it in order to make informed decisions,” Philip Dutton, Co-Founder of Solidatus.
Solidatus is committed to helping shape the future of data engineering, data management and data governance. Data engineering must evolve if it is to reach its full potential, much like other engineering disciplines have. With the exponential growth in data and the systems that hold it, data management is critical to ensuring standards are defined and structures implemented to support the ever-increasing rate of change. Without control and good governance, the already massively complex interconnectivity of systems will cause organisational paralysis without an urgent paradigm shift.
NEW YORK and LONDON - September 26, 2019 - EDM Council, the cross-industry trade association for data management, has partnered with Solidatus, the leading data lineage and business relationship modeling solution, to provide EDM Council members with a DCAM® (Data Management Capability Assessment Model) Knowledge Modeling tool. The models enable chief data officers and their organisations to more effectively manage their data supply chain and conform with regulatory, data privacy and other business process requirements. Consequently, this enables companies to deliver their data management capability road-map while accelerating value delivery from their data assets.