Exeros Automates Discovery of Sensitive Data

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Claudia Imhoff recently spoke with Exeros’s Alex Gorelik in an exclusive interview.

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You can’t buy a book on data mapping at Amazon. Now, with software that automates the discovery of data relationships, we’ve managed to solve a problem that was once considered unsolvable and made some data-intensive projects feasible that just couldn't be justified before.

Alex Gorelik, Cofounder and CTO for Exeros, in an exclusive interview with Claudia Imhoff and the Business Intelligence Network (http://www.BeyeNETWORK.com), recently explained the challenges that organizations face regarding protection of sensitive data and how Exeros automates the discovery, documentation and validation of complex data maps and transformations.

“Discovering how data relates to other data is a 40-year-old problem,” said Alex Gorelik, Cofounder and CTO, Exeros. “You can’t buy a book on data mapping at Amazon. Now, with software that automates the discovery of data relationships, we’ve managed to solve a problem that was once considered unsolvable and made some data-intensive projects feasible that just couldn't be justified before.”

“The time spent mapping and transforming data between structured datasets accounts for a significant portion of the data integration process. Now, Exeros delivers comprehensive and accurate data mappings through an intuitive user interface that requires minimal training,” says Claudia Imhoff President for Intelligent Solutions. “The automated solution from Exeros delivers a significant reduction in data mapping project time over manual processes, thereby saving companies both time and money.”

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About Exeros

Exeros , headquartered in Santa Clara, California, was founded in 2002 by senior executives with more than 50 years combined experience in data management and data integration. Funded by Bay Partners and Globespan Capital Partners, the company’s mission is to lower the risk and speed deployment of data-intensive projects through automated data relationship discovery and data mapping. Automating the discovery and documentation of hidden sensitive data, forgotten business rules, and unknown data inconsistencies reduces risk for data governance projects and accelerates time to deployment over 5X for data integration projects.

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This press release is based upon information provided by the Company. The Business Intelligence Network does not independently verify statements made and has no obligation to update these statements after the date of release.

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