DNA definition

DNA is a molecule that carries the genetic instruction used in growth, development and reproduction of all known organisms.

​ICX4 Hypothesis

Data is the molecule within an organisation that all decisions are based on, enabling growth, development and increased results:

Failure to understand the DNA, or by assimilating the wrong DNA, leads to weakness and potential breakdowns within the corporate organism.

We believe that whilst there are many important reasons why understanding and utilising your data makes profound sense, keeping the

regulator happy is not one of them. Regulator comfort is a bi-product of understanding and maximising your most valuable asset, data.

Our Products

enterpriseDNA

A robust, proven global data model used by some of the world’s leading financial institutions to map their entire data landscape, providing a solid foundation for improving operational and data efficiency.

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insightDNA

Provides you with a interactive graphical representation of your data lineage allowing you to understand data dependencies, the impact of data changes and the sunsetting of legacy systems.

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businessDNA

Matches your internal data against a large selection of external data sets in real time, ensuring all corporate decisions are based on the most accurate and current data available.

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listDNA

Creates value from your data, managing complex operational list base challenges including event driven KYC and vendor management, ensuring all are consolidated where required and current.

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enterpriseDNA plus

Combines the benefits of our four core products, to give any organisation the ability to maximise data and operational efficiency.

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