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Building a Data Management Strategy, Part 1: Process

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In my article in the September issue of DM Review, I talked about data management (DM) in a service-oriented architecture (SOA). That article focused on the DM framework that must be built to implement an SOA. I've received quite a lot of positive feedback, but also a few suggestions about refocusing the direction of the DM discussion on master data management (MDM) - in particular, focusing more on each part of the DM framework: process, technology, architecture and standards, organization and governance. In response to those suggestions, I've decided to write a series of columns on MDM, in the context of the larger DM framework I've already developed. The first part of this series will focus in-depth on MDM processes.

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