The challenge lies in streamlining data analysis

In today’s data-rich business environment, the role of data analysts is complex. They face several challenges: poor data quality, lack of suitable data extraction and analytics tools, and data security concerns, among others. And if their training for handling data is inadequate, they also risk the delivery of inaccurate insights. With the Fosfor Decision Cloud, data analysts can overcome these hurdles and efficiently execute their duties.

Simplifying data

The Fosfor Decision Cloud enhances the performance of data analysts by delivering consumption-ready data for varied workloads. It optimizes the efficiency of data consumption across sources and formats, which simplifies access to datasets. Crucially, it allows data analysts to leverage its self-serve, no-code GUI to build updated datasets for the transformation of data, even with limited knowledge of languages such as Python and SQL.

Domain-specific data processing

Apply in-built, domain-specific data processing capabilities for various business domains such as CPG, insurance, and pharma. Take advantage of real-time analytics (enabled by batch and micro-batch data processing) through integration with messaging queues and prevent message loss during failovers.

Versatile data processing

Utilize the Fosfor Decision Cloud’s 50+ pre-built native connectors with ready-to-use data processing capabilities such as sort, look-up, join, and transform. Use batch or real-time streaming to process structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data.

Governance and security integration

The Fosfor Decision Cloud enables data lineage maintenance and offers persona-based authentication and authorization. It supports FinOps and SecOps with dashboards that monitor user operations, audits, and Git integrations.

Optimized performance through customization

Leverage the Fosfor Decision Cloud’s customization features for data pipeline integration with custom codes from external scripts (Java, Python, and Shell). Implement dynamic data processing through optimized ELpT pipelines and a purpose-built execution framework.
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What data analysts say

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Fosfor products are helping us solve multiple challenges like data orchestration and data management.

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Associate Director, IOT Division

Fosfor is our platform of choice as it has the best integration with the Model Risk Management (MRM) system and our continuous integration and delivery platform, along with exposure to the Global Model Validation (GMV) team.

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