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Why You Need a Strategy for Data Management 
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Are you having trouble getting to grips with all the data and information in your organization ?
Then you need a Strategy for Data Management

These are the Benefits :-
  • You can be sure that your organisation is fully compliant with all the statutory regulations on data protection and governance (Data Governance)
  • The performance of your organisation is reported correctly and consistently (Performance Reports)
  • You can trust all your data to be accurate and up-to-date when you make your business decisions (Data Governance)
  • You are provided with a 'Single Version of the Truth' in your organisation (Data Integration)
  • You can access any piece of data at any time from any device or location to support decision-making (Data Integration)
  • Your data is protected and secure. (Data Governance)
  • You will know where all your corporate data is stored (Information Catalogue)
    How do you get started ?

  • Step 1. Use our Road Map to check out where you stand in the Maturity Model
  • Step 2. Then plan your own Strategy for Data Management.
  • Step 3. Download our Strategy to help you in your planning.
  • Step 4. Finally, send us an Email to let us know how you get on.
    IBM can support you with its range of tools to help you put in place a Strategy for Data Management :-
  • Business Glossary ensures an agreed definition of common Business Terms like a 'Customer'.
  • Data Architect offers Data Modelling to help you understand what data is available and where
  • FastTrack is a collaborative environment for data integration at the business level
  • Information Analyzer provides Data Profiling to assess the current state of your data.
  • MetaData Workbench supports Data Integration
  • Optim is a new initiative to provide an integrated view of your data
    We are currently developing a Proof-of-Concept using IBM Tools with emphasis on Cloud-based services.
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