Data Discovery
Sort centralizes hundreds of databases into a single platform, making databases accessible and easy to track.
Ask most CTOs how many databases are in their organization or what they each contain and you’ll quickly realize it’s nearly impossible to answer correctly. In today's standard technology organizations, databases are hard to find, hard to account for, and often suffer from duplication by teams that do not understand the data already exists  somewhere else.

Wait. Isn't it the DBAs job to know this stuff? Turns out they're stretched thin too, often only able to manage databases operationally with no understanding of how they are being used or what they contain.
The current industry average is 40 databases to a DBA for large enterprises ($1 billion+ in revenue), with the lowest ratio seen around 8 and the highest at 275 [databases per DBA]
Sort makes databases accessible
Whether it’s a Postgres database, Snowflake warehouse, or small Neon database used in a hack-a-thon, Sort ensures all databases are accessible to your organization and easily accountable. Duplicated databases, queries and issues are a thing of the past - simply search your directory to find databases, query them, and start collaborating.
In 2020, 62% of the organizations surveyed by Redgate used two or more databases. By 2023, that number had increased to 79%, and 29% of them use five or more database platforms
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Data Quality
Sort is the only platform that enables engineering best practices for improving data quality.
Data Issue Management
Tracking data issues is a pain - not only does it require a lot of cutting and pasting between systems, it creates a lot of ques...
Data Change Management
Managing data changes is time consuming and error prone. Data changes are always done in isolation, wi...
AI and LLMs
When it comes to leveraging your organization's data for AI and LLMs, data quality is extremely important. Sort helps...

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