British Business Bank chooses Solidatus’ data lineage solution to improve data governance
Solidatus, the metadata management technology firm, has been chosen by British Business Bank to enhance its data governance and data lineage capabilities.
The British Business Bank is a state-owned economic development bank that was set up to increase the supply of credit to SMEs and provide business advisory services. Solidatus’ award-winning data lineage solution will empower the company to visualise and manage all its data from end-to-end.
Stephen Whiteley, Data Director – Data Management Office, British Business Bank, added, “Smaller UK businesses are providing world-leading technology which benefits both them and the UK economy. We’re pleased to be working with Solidatus, whose solution provides us with the flexibility and features we require to perform our data governance functions”.
The events of the last year and a half have highlighted a number of data management challenges for organisations across the public sector, especially in risk management for Covid-19-related loans.
These challenges have not only been encountered by the British Business Bank, but also by other UK government departments.
Philip Miller, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Solidatus, said, “The British Business Bank does a fantastic job in supporting UK-based start-ups and SMEs.
“We are delighted to be working with the Bank’s team to help them connect, visualise and govern their data, giving this growing development bank the tools to start its successful development in the right way – with well managed and curated data”.
“The British Business Bank is at the point in its growth where it has large amounts of data that need to be analysed and understood in order to drive best practice decision-making”, said Elizabeth Squire, Director of Business Development at Solidatus.
“We are delighted to be working with its enthusiastic team to help visualise its data challenges and gain real insight from the data.”