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    Syspedia is designed for people who research data every day.  Business analysis, data administrators and application developers can quickly and easily find out about their application data. Syspedia helps because it is:
    • built to be quick, easy and simple to use

    • quick to display who, what, where and when data element information

    • helping you understand your data definitions, domains and ranges

    • able to help you realign your naming conventions and definitions

    • quick to show data usage, dependencies and interaction across all platforms

    Quick and Simple to Use

    In developing Syspedia extra effort was put into the design to make it quick, easy and simple to use.  Syspedia has minimized the number of screens, menus, and clicks needed to get at the information.   The screens have been designed for clean look to reduce clutter while providing links to related information.  Other tools may be "beautiful" but do not have the functionality or depth of information of Syspedia.

    Features that other data professionals have found particularly useful are:

    • quickly and easily research databases, files and elements on diverse platforms

    • researching and querying database structures and content

    • setting up custom reports focusing on distinct applications or files

    Who, What, Where and When Information

    Syspedia was developed by data professionals for one reason - to research data and data elements.  They were frustrated researching elements spread across the enterprise platforms and various applications. 

    With the many HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley and integration projects these days having no tools to research data and element usage is a time consuming task.  Syspedia answers these research questions quickly and easily with a minimum of clicks.

    Syspedia builds an enterprise wide business process analysis repository of business rules and data element meta-data that answers all your questions.  For example:

    • Who's applications use the file that is changing?

    • Who's jobs are effected if this load library is deleted?

    • What data elements relate to the changing element?

    • What are standard or common definitions for customer addresses in the department or corporation?

    • Where does this application data element get used? 

    • Where is the data on the the mainframe, UNIX, or windows finally stored after all its CICS, Peolpesoft and Visual Basic application updates?

    • When is this data element compared, moved or used in an application?

    • When are the programs changing or updating this data element?

    Understand your data definitions

    Seeing all your data element definitions from all your platform applications together can quickly help you realize many different data definition aspects and potential problem areas. 

    Syspedia helps you understand domain, range and class of your different data stores.  The definitions used across platforms must be compatible but also complimentary to ensure data integrity.  

    Next Syspedia documents your enterprise's naming conventions and standards by quickly scanning all your applications. Syspedia helps see all the different abbreviations, acronyms, synonyms, and definitions used in throughout your enterprise.

    Syspedia does more than document data definitions.  Through its Standards processes, Syspedia helps you quickly and easily align and redefine element names and definitions.  These simple three step Syspedia processes allows you to automatically redefine elements to a common consensus name and definition.
     

    Realign your naming conventions

    Syspedia does more than document data definitions.  Through its Standards processes, Syspedia helps you quickly and easily align and redefine element names and definitions. 

    Using a simple three step Syspedia process, it allows you to automatically redefine elements to a common consensus name and definition.  Code tables and standard values can also be documented, developed and implemented.
     

    Data usage, dependencies and interaction

    Syspedia distills your application code and organizes, relates, and stores all your data element usage.  Through your web browser Syspedia applications let you research jobs, applications, database tables, files, and elements and then discover their usage dependencies and interactions with other components at many levels.

    This can help determine business rules, conditions and element processing functionality by quickly focusing on the your desired data elements.
     

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