May 9, 2012 – A recognition and reliance on information management implementations exists, but efforts to take on new business data development have been stunted, according to a new benchmark from Ventana Research.
The report, entitled “The Evolution of Information Management: Trends, Technologies and User Requirements,” involved extensive survey answers from 228 data leaders from a range of business sizes and industry verticals from November to February. In those results, Ventana found that 65 percent of organizations trust and rely on information management data for their regular business activities. That number crept to higher for organizations that had MDM or data quality projects in place, with 82 percent satisfied with their organization’s ability to integrate facts and figures, and 92 percent satisfied with their integration of master data.
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