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Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) does NOT manage customer-facing product information - true or false?

by Andrew White  |  July 16, 2015

I just heard this from a client while on an inquiry: "I have to go to my users and now tell them that we need another 'P underscore M' solution since our...

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Gartner’s Enterprise Information and Master Data Management Summits 2015

by Andrew White  |  February 17, 2015

Gartner’s Enterprise Information and Master Data Management Summits 2015 I am really looking forward to our upcoming summits in London, UK and Las Vegas, Nevada.  It is with a slight...

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IBM’s Big Data and Analytics Analyst Summit, NY, Day 1

by Andrew White  |  June 11, 2014

Well that was a fun-filled day!  I made copious notes and here are a few highlights, on various topics, in no particular order of value or priority.  Note the day...

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Why MDM might be the last good thing you do with data

by Andrew White  |  March 20, 2014

Alternative title for this blog: It's all a question of Hubs - and how many.... MDM is many things.  For me, one of the more interesting things that is described...

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Day in the life of a Gartner analyst at Symposium (day 2)

by Andrew White  |  October 8, 2013

5.30am up and about- checking on the wife and kids.  Cleared emails.  Continued to work on a thread with Ted Friedman and Eric Thoo regarding the differences and similarities between...

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From MDM to Big Data – From truth to trust

by Andrew White  |  August 8, 2013

My colleague Ted Friedman was quoted in a SearchDataManagement article today.  I had to blog on this topic of course – he was being quoted on the connection between MDM...

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How can Content Management (ECM) learn from MDM?

by Andrew White  |  April 1, 2010

Users have, for years, been using structured and unstructured data in their business process: numerous public services (structured processes related to how citizens and subjects apply for services include lots...

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