Overcoming Data Fragmentation in the Enterprise: The Power of Low-Code/No-Code Solutions
Spokesperson : Dinesh Varadharajan
Digital transformation is one of the most significant undertakings for today’s CIOs, with an increased need for enterprises to stay competitive and for their teams to work more efficiently. With a new goal of seamless information sharing and collaboration, digital transformation brings positive changes that help teams increase their productivity, achieve revenue growth, and delight customers. According to a Gartner 2023 Board of Directors survey, digital tech initiatives and workforce issues are the top strategic business priorities for boards in 2023-2024.
Despite its progress, digital transformation initiatives that fall under the umbrella of data engineering, storage, security, and cloud migration don’t always solve the dilemma of unstructured data. Unstructured data and data fragmentation is defined as the data most used by employees, such as documents, videos, and chats. Many of these data sources come from a dizzying array of applications used by different departments that often create siloed information. With the advent and widespread adoption of digitally connected point solutions, enterprises are keeping more data in more places than ever—compounding the silo problem.