Cicada has launched a next generation version of its reference data management solution, adding workflow management to the data management architecture. The new Composer Workplace module aims to provide business analysts with a greater degree of quality control and efficiency through either ‘out of the box’ or customized workflows to facilitate data review processes and manual intervention for exception handling. Examples of its use include records being assigned to analysts or specialist teams according to user-definable parameters like record characteristics or user location. Routing can be defined based on validation rules, business rules or problems in data verification. The workflow is fully integrated with Cicada’s Composer reference data management platform.
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Cicada Launches Next Generation Composer with Workflow Module
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