We’re excited to announce the launch of Fraxses U! The U in the title stands for University. Why? Because the videos in this series are all about educating Fraxses users as to what the platform can do, and how to go about doing it.

As a low-code/no-code solution, Fraxses is all about ease of use. You don’t need IT support to engage with data and gain insights, nor do you need development skills to become an expert user. That said, being as versatile as it is, Fraxses packs many features and functions. The thinking behind these videos is to provide new users with an understanding of the platform’s key functions from the get-go, thereby accelerating the learning process, and equipping them with the know-how to venture forth and become masters of their own data universe.

The introductory video, along with the first three instructional videos in the series, can be viewed on our Vimeo channel right now. We’ll be adding new videos on a regular basis over the coming months, and will eventually have an instructional video to cover all of the platform’s capabilities, including advanced functions. We’re also inviting suggestions from our customers. If there’s a particular function you’d like to see featured in an instructional video, get in touch with us, and we’ll be sure to create a video.

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A European retail bank’s data management systems did not provide a comprehensive view of its customers. Consequently, client managers were not able to generate up-to-the-minute reports on demand. Having identified Fraxses as a potential solution, the bank asked Intenda to conduct a 360° customer view point solution.

An inspection of the bank’s structure and systems revealed the challenge at hand. The bank comprised a domestic and international operation, each with its own IT solution. Client identification information was not represented in the same way across their respective DB2 systems, and the format and organization of data was also different. In addition to their primary systems, both operations had important customer data on several other platforms. There was very little integration or connection between any of these data sources.

The Fraxses implementation, which was completed in just 14 days, presented the bank with an excellent ROI. The 360°customer view that had been lacking was successfully delivered. For the first time, client managers could conduct real-time analysis on any corporate client’s account across the entire bank, and promptly provide live reports. The ability to rapidly deliver comprehensive analysis, regardless of underlying systems, gave the bank a distinct competitive advantage. The Fraxses implementation also resulted in considerable time and cost savings.

This point solution demonstrated once again that Fraxses is the ideal tool to help organizations execute a seamless digital transformation process.

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In addressing this question in ‘What is Data Fabric Design?’, Gartner identifies the key characteristics of this new concept in data management design. “A data fabric serves as an integrated layer (fabric) of data and connecting processes”, and follows a metadata-driven approach. It is composable by design, and is made up of components that can be selected and assembled in various combinations. To design a data fabric, organizations require an understanding of their own maturity, as well as the maturity of the various components. Once this has been established, Gartner recommends that organizations begin the data fabric design process by “leveraging passive metadata, adapting to knowledge graphs, introducing active metadata and, finally, planning the orchestration services.”

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