DATABASE DESIGN, PROFILING, AND MANAGEMENT: THREE STEPS THAT ALLOW FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE GOVERNANCE OF ACTIVITIES, PROCESSES, AND DATA FLOWS.
Data usability, security, integrity, and certification are the cornerstones of Database Intelligence activities (database management, data mining, data analysis, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and business intelligence).
When we talk about Database Intelligence, we are referring to data management and analysis tools and activities that contribute to the efficient use and practical understanding of collected information – from the creation of data to its deletion or archiving – so that we can improve, measure, and enable the development of business processes and initiatives.
Database Intelligence methodologies and tools make it possible to optimise the management of raw data and transform them into actionable insights. Businesses can subsequently use this information in decision-making processes to provide in-depth analyses of customer behaviours, needs, and requirements.
To fully understand a company’s activities, databases need to be designed, profiled, and managed – from hardware through to the application layers – by interconnecting various applications and services.
Due to the rapid and continuous transformation of technologies, companies offering DBI services must rapidly adapt their structures and specialisations to develop abilities effectively within the context of highly engineered services.
The proper management of activities and the meticulous governance of processes allow service-user customers to focus on using data and extracting additional information to optimise critical decision-making processes. Factors that are key to the governance of services within DBI settings include the optimisation of monitoring systems, through which integration with customers’ organisational structures is upgraded with a view to continuous improvement.