Master data represents the parties to the transactions that record the operations of an enterprise. When an organization attempts data integration or data sharing, a fundamental problem with master data is what identifies it. Chisholm examines the overall confusion caused by multiple identifiers such as surrogate keys and competing standards and makes a case for uniformity.
Master Data Management in Practice: The Problem of Identity
FEB 1, 2006 1:00am ET
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