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Enterprise data catalog: seeing the bigger business picture

This whitepaper will highlight key information, like:

  • How organizations struggle to implement data catalogs–specifically when it comes to fostering data quality and compliance
  • How data governance addresses those challenges to ensure trusted data is readily available across the organization
  • How Collibra empowers businesses to discover and trust data to drive key business decision

Read the full whitepaper to learn more about unlocking the true value of your data with premium cataloging.


A deeper and richer understanding of data is needed before it can drive real progress. How do you accomplish this? With a seamless data catalog to discover, manage, and consume data.


Data lies at the heart of all digital transformation initiatives. It helps organizations better understand their customers, improve products and services, drive operational efficiencies and reduce risk. But to achieve those goals, data needs to be managed as an asset.

Just like physical assets (property, plant and equipment), data needs to be properly maintained. Organizations need processes in place to assure data quality and protect data from misuse.

They need to maintain a deeper and richer understanding of how data flows through an organization. Data catalogs serve that purpose. They offer the means to manage metadata and curate the necessary information to make data assets easier to discover, manage and consume.