In part 1 of this article (March 2008 DM Review), we discussed how master data management (MDM) has transcended IT infrastructure and has been embraced by executives as a bona fide business solution. This has driven the need for an MDM taxonomy via which both business and technical stakeholders can compare their companies’ current capabilities and evaluate their own functional requirements. Part 2 continues the description of the more complex levels of the MDM taxonomy, beginning with level 3.

MDM Level 3: Centralized Hub Processing

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