People, processes and technology - the main areas of impact in a practical data strategy

Supplied by Information Builders on Monday, 13 April, 2015


Gartner predicts that within the next couple of years 33% of Fortune 100 organisations will experience an information crisis due to their inability to effectively collect, maintain and use valuable enterprise data.

Your company is at risk of making the list of organisations with ‘problematic information gain’ unless you adopt a practical data strategy seamlessly aligned with your business strategy.

The data strategy has to focus on three main areas of impact:

  • People
  • Processes
  • Technology

Download this white paper to learn more about how to organise, govern and share your data, as well as to find out how some companies benefited from developing an effective data strategy.


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