Datawatch Adds New Features to Self-Service Data Prep Solution
Datawatch Corporation has introduced Monarch 13.3, the latest edition of the company’s self-service data prep solution. According to the vendor, Monarch improves the speed of data access and data prep, and offers greater functionality and information governance.
The aim with Monarch is to enable both data analysts and novice business users to acquire, manipulate, and blend data from virtually any source including data stored in previously inaccessible multi-structured, semi-structured and unstructured sources, such as text reports, web pages, PDFs, JSON and log files in order to allow users to focus on performing analysis that will result in timely, more informed business decisions.
Key new features of Monarch 13.3 include fuzzy join logic to match non-identical, but similar, values and inconsistent data across sources; visual representation of load plan operations and data lineage to boost information governance and compliance; append operations using a wizard that allows the consolidation of data from similar sources; advanced calculations, including if-then-else logic, optimized calculations for data cleansing, and built-in fiscal period logic; and filtering to reduce large datasets to required subsets for ease-of-use.
Monarch 13.3 also includes a new Angoss Software export, improved JSON/XML connectivity, custom report format options and localization support to personalize data sets from multiple geographies.
Have a new announcement about your company? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.