We think Philip Russom’s argument that data in poor condition leads to poor decision-making – is spot on. Russom, a senior manager of research at TDWI, explains “The Six C’s of Trusted Data” – that data must be complete, current, consistent, clean, compliant and collaborative.… Read More
I would like to begin a discussion of a pragmatic approach to creating a dynamic metadata repository (DMR), via the “Metadata Mart” approach.
Gartner’s – Michael Blechar states ” Best practices include scoping metadata management into smaller areas where governance can be more easily applied at a more abstracted level of detail in repositories which I call “metadata marts”” in his recent blog post Down With the Uber-Repository, Long Live Metadata!… Read More
Bad data is a challenge for all organizations. Without data that is reliable, accurate and updated, organizations can’t deliver trusted customer, product and other vital data throughout the enterprise – resulting in waste and operational inefficiencies, less effective sales and marketing, poor customer service and potentially bad business decisions.… Read More