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Your data is costing you a fortune! How can this be, after all your top executives have rigorously focused on budget and resource management reducing the overlap of applications and the duplication of processing efforts throughout the organization. Congratulations, you have successfully positioned and managed data as a byproduct of application processing. Data is not being handled like the organizational asset everyone claims it to be.

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Comments (1)
Dear Ann,

Great piece of work, it really highlights the way forward in midst of the strugle for the ideal world of DG, what I liked is the way you have put it, like BICC model, we have been deploying for quite some time and I want to add a few pointers from my experience, there is a struggle to monetize the data, show the business implications, metrics around how it is directly proportional to business outcomes, how if brings in a set of capabilities to business.

Posted by David C | Thursday, November 14 2013 at 12:40PM ET
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