Today’s sustainability, legal and business challenges fuel the need for a secure data-sharing ecosystem. Data Intelligence Hub (DIH) pioneers in developing sovereign, trustful, and user-friendly end-to-end data sharing and data economy services. Empowering organizations to be prepared for trustful and sovereign data exchange and get connected within standardized data-driven ecosystems to create business value, and foster business innovation.
There are various factors that advocate the need to have data protection, what adds on top is making it sovereign. DIH offers unique benefits to each of the key factors as below:
Fixing broken data: Companies have gone from databases to data warehouses and now to data lakes, and they seem to be drowning in it. Most of the time of any data analytics project is spent cleaning up the data and turning the 80/20 rule, a cornerstone of business efficiency upside down. With Data intelligence Hub, get access to more standardized data with higher quality by data sharing from trusted partners to save time and costs.
Competitiveness: Increase efficiency and join a shift from expensive one-to-one integration to one-to-many interaction.
Resiliency: Use data to see farther and deeper into your processes to better foresee turbulence ahead and become more resilient against market volatility.
Data as a product (DaaP): Treat data as a product and industrialize this process through automation with tools and exchange data using Telekom Data Intelligence Hub.
Business innovation: Enable new revolutionary business models with new insights from partners and competitors – and create new value from data chains across organizations for new businesses, such as intermodal travel and material traceability, without losing control of your data.
Data Intelligence Hub’s cross-industry sovereign approach makes it possible to build digital infrastructure garnered towards various stakeholders such as citizens, app providers, organizations, data experts, etc. while still allowing the data provider to retain the security and sovereignty of their data.
A municipal administration combines numerous sources of information. To enable citizens to use them, various kinds of data must be collected, prepared, and published. For example, current building site overviews or traffic jams, taxi, and bike-sharing locations, cadastral surveys, or park area information as well as information on public spaces and event locations. This data must be collected, stored, and structured before any meaningful insights can be generated thereby, loss of time, money, and resources. Trustful data sharing ecosystem for cross-industry applications.
Similarly, in the health industry, hundreds of data points are generated and collected at different places from laboratories to doctors to therapists to insurers to wearables. Strict legal regulations, patient information confidentiality, and complex data collection and storage processes impact the value of healthcare data. Utilize the shared data to generate meaningful customer insights, increased visibility across stakeholders, and more importantly data control at an individual level.