Land Registry signs open source software deal

The Land Registry, the government department responsible for maintaining England and Wales' Land Register, has signed an open source data contract with software company Talend.

The Land Registry, the government department responsible for maintaining England and Wales' Land Register, has signed an open source data contract with software company Talend.

The Talend Integration Suite will be used as part of the agency's move to improve data integration for its business intelligence warehouse and to support the department's new business intelligence (BI) project.

Steven Philips, delivery manager at Land Registry, said: "Maintaining concise and accurate data for BI is crucial to Land Registry's operational performance and we needed a flexible and cost-effective tool that would improve data integration for the BI warehouse."

Land Registry will benefit from being able to use Talend's extract, transform and load (ETL) processes to take data from a number of different repositories and in multiple formats, added Steven Philips.

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