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More on Governance of Master Data

by Andrew White  |  October 2, 2009

I blogged yesterday about two of the main use-cases of MDM: operational MDM and analytical MDM.  Mark Beyer and I would “argue” if there was a way to denote the...

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The “use-cases” of MDM

by Andrew White  |  October 1, 2009

A few years ago we introduced the notion of MDM “use cases”.  After looking at hundreds of end user inquiries we spotted some patterns; some were clear and some were...

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Insightful Client Inquiry – Bringing Clarity to BI, MDM, and business rules

by Andrew White  |  September 11, 2009

I had one of those client calls today that brought into sharp focus something that had avoided such clarity.  Many of us have known that MDM and BI have a...

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Can you “do” MDM without data quality?

by Andrew White  |  August 24, 2009

I spied an interesting article last week in the InfoManagement blogs.   It was, MDM Data Quality as a Process, by Jim Ericson.  I thought it was interesting for a couple of...

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Review of Article focused on Microsoft Strategy to address MDM Market

by Andrew White  |  June 22, 2009

It is not in my nature to use blogs to argue of topics that require detailed exchange of information and analysis…but the following article was brought to my attention and...

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Best of Breed MDM versus Generalist MDM – which is best?

by Andrew White  |  January 29, 2009

I took a briefing from Orchestra Networks yesterday, a French based MDM vendor, that allowed me to explore again the comparison between the idea of what a best-of-breed or specialist...

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