Are they “obsolete” and “old-fashioned”? Or “a unique opportunity to engage at new levels while enhancing your online activities”?
“Tiny Internet” has big potential for consumer and business markets.
Four questions to jump-start your thinking about solutions to your organization’s process problems.
MDM keeps enterprises from poisoning themselves with their own data.
Have confidence in your data and be able to deploy it quickly and efficiently.
“The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The second-best time is now.”
It’s hard to label business units as “going rogue” for taking the initiative to help themselves, any more than you’d call the Little Red Hen “going rogue” for feeding her chicks. But you still need a vision for taking care of the whole flock.
Business users are freeing themselves from the constraints of the IT department with information technologies that work together less and less effectively. What will this mean for data governance and related disciplines?
A flexible technique for using master product data in multichannel catalog production.
(Part of a series on how companies can leverage their master product data for more efficient operations and competitive advantage.)
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A thoughtful, evolutionary migration of MDM to the cloud is one thing. Announcing a trend just because it’s trendy is another.
Most companies accept making large investments in ERP systems. But they hesitate to invest in tools to manage and leverage the product data those systems use.