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The 8 worst practices in master data management and how to avoid them

Supplied by Information Builders on Friday, 04 October, 2013


The strategic and tactical needs of the enterprise have put increased focus on the value and benefits of master data management (MDM), which consists of processes and technologies for ensuring the accuracy of multiple domains of data across organisational systems. MDM is a key foundation for trusted data and using it strategically is a reflection of efficient business processes.
When planning and designing an MDM program it’s important to understand where things can go wrong in order to avoid them. This white paper reviews the eight worst practices of implementing an MDM initiative. Download now. 


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