The old adage, “people, process and technology” is as old as I am – probably you too.  In fact I suspect we will all likely call on this adage in at least one work-related meeting or dialog every week or so.  We are told, over and over, that everything comes down to, “people, process and technology.

It so happened that a colleague of mine shared around our MDM community today a link to an article titled, Thinking about ERP in an ever-changing world of data, by Anthony J Scriffignano, SVP, Chief Data Scientist, Dun and Bradstreet.  On my first pass of this article I moved to blog over a major blunder in the article.  But I re-read the article and found out two other items: one that can be discussed fairly, and then I determined that his conclusions in the article are reasonable – irrespective of his blunder.  So let me first talk of the blunder, then talk about the worthy part for discussion.

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