Collibra and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) are treating data as a strategic asset to help government agencies analyze and gain actionable intelligence from data to meet mission objectives, advance innovation and achieve efficiency.
“Collibra helps both government agencies and companies of all sizes build an internal data marketplace that makes oceans of information — on everything from factory operations to the performance of individual parts and system components — more accessible,” said Aileen Black, senior vice president of public sector at Collibra.
Lockheed has a data marketplace that works to accelerate design and prototyping and improve manufacturing and supply chain operations by turning data into a strategic asset and incorporating Collibra’s Data Catalog.
Black also cited Collibra’s Data Intelligence Cloud and how the platform helps advance innovation and collaboration by taking advantage of data and understanding the role of data governance.
“Collibra’s Data Intelligence Cloud with governance and privacy by design functions as a framework that guides users through the process of identifying priorities, developing a plan to use data to address those priorities and executing that plan,” she said.
Mike Baylor, VP and chief data and analytics officer at Lockheed, talked about how the company works to achieve “enterprisewide data intelligence” through data governance, collaborative management and workflows, connectivity and data catalog.
“Now we’re applying that experience to help our customers adopt data-driven strategies and capabilities,” he added.
Baylor also cited technological innovations that enable data-driven operations.
“New innovations are making data more readily available through cloud-based secure networks, more valuable through artificial intelligence and analytics, and more integrated through common data standards and multi-domain networks,” he noted.