Self-Service Data Prep: A Tool for All Business Users!

Can Self-Serve Data Prep Make My Business More Productive?Why Do I Need Self-Serve Data Preparation?

Why would your business need Self-Serve Data Preparation? Perhaps you have a team that includes IT professionals that can prepare data for analysis or maybe you have a business analyst or a data scientist to serve that need. But, there are plenty of good reasons to consider data preparation tools that are easy enough for every team member to use.

Exactly what is self-service data preparation? It’s simple, really. Self Service Data Preparation is a solution and tool that allows business users with average skills and no data science background to use Augmented Data Preparation. Users can gather data from disparate data sources and prepare that data using self-serve ETL (for data extraction, transformation and loading) to cleanse and reduce data and take other actions with guidance to walk them through each step so they end up with data that is pristine and ready for analysis. And by using an augmented analytics solution, they can easily complete the process and gain insight into data – all without the assistance of an IT pro or data scientist.

By following these simple steps, business users can gather, prepare and analyze data on their own and make decisions that are data-driven and fact-based. Your enterprise can improve user adoption of analytical tools, improve the quality and accuracy of decisions and optimize the time and resources of your expert IT and data science or business analyst team as well as the time and knowledge of your business users.

If you want to give your business users advanced analytics tools that are easy to use, Contact Us to see how Self-Serve Data Prep can simplify and streamline your analytics and business user workflow.

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Can Business Users Leverage Self-Serve Data Prep?

What Is Self-Serve Data Preparation?
How About Giving Your Business Users the Power to Prepare Data for Analysis? Can Your Business Achieve Self-Serve Data Prep? Lots of my friends talk about the difficulty of preparing data for analysis and how long it takes to get IT or data scientists or analysts to take on the project, get the data prepared and run reports or perform analytics. Frankly, this problem is a puzzle to me!
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What is Self-Service Data Preparation?

Self-Serve Data Prep is Key to Data Democratization!
Data Literacy and Self-Serve Data Prep Encourage Citizen Data Scientists! In years past, data preparation was the domain of IT professionals and data scientists. In order to prepare data for analysis, one had to find, gather, and prepare the data and that preparation included cleaning, combining, reduction and shaping of the data.
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Self-Service Data Prep Empowers Business Users!

Self-Serve Data Prep and ETL for Business Users!
What is Self-Service Data Preparation? Self-serve data preparation allows business users with average technical skills to gather and prepare data for analysis without the help of an IT professional or a data scientist. So, why is that important? Data prep is often the forgotten step in advanced analytics but, without a self-service data preparation tool, the process can take a long time and it can result in incomplete data, data that is hard to analyze and, sometimes, a total work stoppage while IT or a data scientist attempts to sort through the issues and untangle the mess.
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Self-Serve Data Preparation Doesn't Mean Traditional ETL is Dead!

Self-Serve Data Preparation Doesn't Mean Traditional ETL is Dead!
Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) refers to a process of connecting to data sources, integrating data from various data sources, improving data quality, aggregating it and then storing it in staging data source or data marts or data warehouses for consumption of various business applications including BI, Analytics and Reporting. It offers high quality data, which otherwise resides in poorly structured heterogeneous, complicated data sources.
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