Variety of Deployment Options Expands Data Quality Control beyond the Desktop
—Esri has released ArcGIS Data Reviewer for Server, its data quality management extension to ArcGIS 10.1 for Server.The extension allows data review capabilities to be deployed over a variety of application platforms, improving data review by bringing more participants into the quality control (QC) process.
ArcGIS Data Reviewer for Server includes capabilities for collecting, managing, and tracking errors submitted through nondesktop workflows. With it, developers can implement data quality feedback as a new function in their existing web applications without the burden of creating a QC workflow from scratch in a separate application.
Data quality management is also improved with the following:
· Scheduled and automated data validation
· Easy-to-use tools for error identification
· Increased transparency in data QC
"With ArcGIS Data Reviewer for Desktop, organizations are saving time and resources when validating the fitness of the data they use and produce," says Jay Cary, ArcGIS Data Reviewer product manager at Esri. "The new ArcGIS Data Reviewer for Server allows them to deploy the same QC processes across multiple platforms, thereby engaging a broader community of internal and external stakeholders and other interested parties."
For more information, visit esri.com/datareviewer.
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