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Posted Mar 30, 2010

Do More With Less Using Master Data Management

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

During the economic down turn IT executives have to maintain their existing servers with less IT related dollars.  Doing more with less means, you need to work smarter, not harder.  What options do IT managers have to maintain and improve the services they provide while continuing to run the business with fewer dollars?  IT Managers need to find technology solutions that helps them maintain and streamline their different business processes.

Master Data Management is a solution that IT Management should consider reviewing to help them achieve their IT goals.  Master Data Management is the concept of making sure the information you collect is validated for correctness, and is gathered using consistent processes prior to the data being circulated for use an organization.   You need to make sure the processes you have in place not only promotes the concept of creating correct and consistent data, but it also has to do that in a way that is not costly to the organization.

In this white paper seven different cost savings opportunities are explored as it relates to managing data.   By understand where costs saving opportunities exist you will be able to understand how having a Master Data Management plan can help minimize your costs to collect, store and retrieve your corporate data.

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