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Published on: April 14, 2010
Type of content: CASE STUDY
Length: 3 pages
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), which supports the government of Canada's priorities for bolstering economic prosperity, strengthening security at the border, managing the safety of food supply, protecting the environment and contributing to the overall health of Canadian citizens, required a more centralized, unified information management system from which to extract data, manage it and offer easier and wider access to reports.
What strategies and options did the CFIA consider?
This brief paper outlines the process that the CFIA went through to assess its greatest needs and details the option it eventually settled on. Read on to learn how this option offered them:
- Continuous access to key data
- Rich integration with multiple data sources
- Flexibility in sifting through info for analysis
- Quick and easy access to a variety of reports
- And so much more