With numerous mainframe and independent data systems in place, the State of Missouri Department of Revenue struggled to answer questions relative to its motor vehicle and driver’s license data. Any linking and insight of tax and motor vehicle data required manual effort and substantial time. Additionally, the IT organization knew that eventually it would need to sunset the existing mainframe system.
To address these challenges, the agency used WhereScape® automation for Teradata to design, develop and deploy the motor vehicle data into an existing Department of Revenue enterprise data warehouse. With automation built specifically to leverage Teradata strengths and capabilities, and ensure the integrated data would be optimized for Teradata use, the agency’s small IT team was able to complete the initial project in three months. A year and a half later, the solution routinely loads 900 tables of data each night. Reports and data that previously took weeks and months to manually assemble is now pulled together in a matter of minutes, giving the agency better insight into its revenue streams.
WATCH A WEBCAST
To learn how this governmental agency leveraged WhereScape automation to increase the availability of data for decision-support within its organization, watch this recorded 45-minute webcast featuring an interactive Q & A with Ray Shell of the State of Missouri, Jack Howard of WhereScape and Judd Watts of Teradata.