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In his recent blog post, Multiple Data Touch Points, David Loshin wrote about how common it is for many organizations to not document how processes acquire, read, or modify data.  

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Comments (2)
Many organizations often react to this kind issues without knowing what caused data failure at what stage. It's good to have end to end data touch points documented.
Posted by Mohamed J | Friday, April 01 2011 at 1:04AM ET
IBM InfoSphere suite is one of the few end-to-end products in the market that can do the trick, even some of its component is not as mature as hope to be.
Posted by Edwin H | Tuesday, April 12 2011 at 2:41AM ET
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