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My Master Data Management Client Key Research List

by Andrew White  |  May 19, 2017  |  2 Comments

I often send links to key notes for core topics, such as Master Data Management, to clients.  In fact many analysts maintain their own set of “key lists”.  So I thought I would share my MDM list for clients.  Updated May 7th 2018.

All you wanted to know about MDM and more!

Before You Start:

And if you have an ERP laying around, looking to consolidate or migrate to a new ERP system (or have evolved to a post-modern ERP strategy):

Mastering the Foundation: 

Getting Started/Getting Ready:

Business Value and Business Case:

Domain Specific Advice

Governance and Stewardship: 

Information lifecycle and process

Master Data and Application Data Management (business apps)

Maturity and improving it:

Technology and Implementation/Consulting Services:

For Technical Professionals:

Additional Resources

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Andrew White
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8 years at Gartner
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Andrew White is a Distinguished Analyst and VP. His roles include Chief of Research and Content Lead for Data and Analytics. His main research focus is data and analytics strategy, platforms, and governance. Read Full Bio

Thoughts on My Master Data Management Client Key Research List

  1. Ben says:

    Great summary, Andrew! I am recommending this page. Was there a reason for not listing the critical capability report?

  2. Andrew White says:

    Hi Ben – thanks for the tip. I simply forgot it! Now added. Thanks again, Andrew

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