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MDM Architectural Styles: Domains Matter


In a previous blog I discussed the four primary MDM architectural styles: consolidated, registry, coexistence, and transactional. In case you missed it, read it here: MDM Architecture Styles – Do you have the right mix? Each has their individual strengths and weaknesses, but no single MDM architectural style is ideal for every application.  Beyond the […]

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Data Quality & User Overrides: Shut Up and Take My Money!

Data Quality & User Overrides: Shut Up and Take My Money!


Last Tuesday a data quality vendor put out a blog post “Companies need to be educated on data quality“ that essentially said that companies need to be educated in data management.   While one of the surveys mentioned focused on financial services organizations, I think the same can be said of many industries, and you certainly don’t need […]

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Single Versions of the Truths


Good Data + Bad Process = Unpredictable Results, Bad Data + Good Process = Unpredictable Results

I just finished reading a blog by Forrester’s Connie Moore, “Do You Have a Single Version of Process?” on the Information Management website.  Having lived parts of my career in both the Business Process Management and Data Management worlds, I couldn’t agree with her more!  This piece helps to bring us back to earth regarding […]

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Why some Data Quality and MDM tools undermine Data Governance


If you ask most people involved with information management and data governance if they understand data quality you would get a resounding “yes!”  However, the true definition of what constitutes quality data is a very complex and subtle one.  Data that is “high quality” for the purpose of, say, operations may be nearly useless for […]

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Big Data or Big Problems?


Several weeks ago I attended The Wells Fargo Tech Conference, a gathering of industry leaders and investors who get together to understand the latest trends in technology. The presenters were incredible; John Chambers of Cisco, Safra Catz of Oracle, and lots of 2nd and 3rd generation entrepreneurs. Virtually every presentation hit on the top trends; […]

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