As manufacturers look back at 2020, they will reflect on the challenges, pivots, wins and new learnings. While many companies accelerated well designed solutions and employed them with success, others created stopgaps that were put in place rapidly to expand into new channels, launch new products and gain digital shelf distribution in new retail customers.Read More
Posts about Master Data Management (MDM)
A primary growth vector on the mind of many CIOs today are mergers and acquisitions. And many of these CIOs are in charge of managing a host of internal systems that share data. Establishing a single source of truth that can unite these systems in near real-time, so that operations can run seamlessly across old and new business units alike, is a challenge all of these CIOs face.Read More
Master data management (MDM) enables telecom providers and CSPs to gain control of their data and leverage it for new business opportunities.
Telecom operators, telecom equipment manufacturers and digital communications service providers (CSPs) are looking into a large untapped business potential with a 5G, edge-connected world allowing to address new types of subscribers in new ways. The telecom industry, challenged by competition and legislation, has a unique opportunity to leverage new technologies, such as AI, and develop new business models, renew their offerings and become more efficient.Read More
How memories of the joys of parenting remind us of the importance of implementing data governance to achieving business success
I recently had the joy of looking after my brother’s 13-month-old lad for the night, which took me back. I’ve two daughters, the youngest is seven. Fatigue had largely wiped my mind of the finer details of looking after little ones. But it all came screaming back when my nephew awoke at 3:30 am and wouldn’t settle again until an hour later.Read More
Synthetic data is the test data that makes your business operations run smoothly; and if those operations are automated with AI, it's essential to use master data management (MDM) to make sure your decisions are unbiased.
Data generates data which in turn generates more data. How do we know if what is being produced is fit for purpose? What if a bot, designed to help us to make an informed investment decision or simply provide us with the best answer to our customer services question, gets it wrong?
Obviously, testing all the different corners of solution sets is important. As AI takes a more dominant role in automating decision processes, it becomes essential to make sure MLOps - enabled by MDM - is working from good data that is explainable (XAI) and free from bias.
Chief Data Officers used to have compliance as their primary concern. Today, they are drivers of digital transformation. They are often called upon to establish a data-driven culture and underlying technology infrastructure to deliver tangible business benefits for the organization.Read More
Do you feel like your databases are more like data vaults? The data vault contains all the information on customers, prospects, products, operations, and finances, only no one knows how to unlock it and discover its secrets.Read More
In times of global, business and economic uncertainty – when data points are changing on an hourly basis and supply chain responsiveness and flexibility are more critical than ever – being able to trust your company’s data is paramount.Read More
I was riding a taxi in Paris recently where I experienced a moment I shall remember forever. It was both awe inspiring and yet terrified me to the very depths of my soul.
The driver took me down the Champs-Élysées and across the Arc de Triomphe… at rush hour.
In the internet’s infancy, before search engines and browsers, you had to know exactly where to look to find the information you wanted.
With the emergence of search engines, the entire wealth of information became available at our fingertips just by inserting a keyword. Google’s most significant achievement involved making sense of big data served up from over a billion websites globally according to user preferences, location and history. Google simply and elegantly integrated the world wide web to deliver information with speed and relevance for the user.Read More