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How do you define/differentiate between CDI, PIM, and MDM? August 25, 2007

Posted by Peter Benza in Data Integration, Data Management, Data Modeling, Data Strategy.
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1. Aga - August 6, 2008

Well, it’s quite easy.
MDM (Master Data Management) manage all the referentials.
A PIM (Product Information Manager) only manages the items data.
A CDI (Customer Data Integration) only manages customers datas.

As far as I am concerned,MDM is a philosophy whereas PIM and CDI are the tools that help you to build a MDM


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