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These Enterprise Data Models all follow a Design Pattern which has a Top-Level Model with separate Models for specific Subject Areas.
Click here for a Data Architecture showing how an Enterprise Data Model can be created from a Canonical Data Model and Subject Area Models.
We have three options when it comes to designing an Enterprise Data Model :-
1) Top-down - starting with a 'Mission Statement'
2) Bottom-up - starting with some original source documents, such as Bank Statements, Financial Reports, Invoices, Sales Receipts and so on
3) 'Middle-out' - starting with a Life Cycle analysis for Customers, Events or Products

Here's an interesting discussion on LinkedIn.


   
 

 
 
1 Air Travel
2 BMEWS BI
3 Container Shipping
4 Digital Innovation Inc
5 Education
6 Electrical Power Suppliers
7 Events and Exhibitions
8 Gym Management - this includes a Tutorial.
9 Insurance
10 Investment Banks
11 Local Government
12 Logistics
13 Oil Companies
14 Retail Sales
15 Waste Management
16 Wine
 

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