Data Communities

The goal of i3 System and the objectives of our team is to create data communities. Data communities are independent organizational units that realize they can achieve more with data by working together rather than working in isolated silos. An example of a data community is a smart city where different departments, citizens, and business owners work together to make their city run smoothly and provides the desired quality of life. Businesses with many departments, partners, customers, and affiliates form another kind of community where data allows the participants to work together toward a common goal. Regional, national, and global business communities often work together, across organizational divides to serve an industry in a way that benefits everyone. These too are data communities and they all need a way to manage the way they share and track how their community uses data.

Managing Data Flows

Members of a data community need a way to link and exchange approved data with one another on an as-needed basis. Applications and data brokers provide value-added services to the data flows that traverse these complicated data fabrics and data governance systems, such as i3, ensure data is received and delivered to the intended organizational entity.

i3 Systems

The i3 team is focused on providing the tools needed to make sure data flows, in a managed and controller fashion in such environments. Data allows for better decision making and by creating the tools needed to facilitate the exchange of data between organizational units, i3 Systems helps unlock the value of a data-driven society.

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