Purisma delivers breakthrough solutions for MDM September 19, 2007Posted by Peter Benza in Data Governance, Data Hygiene, Data Integration, Data Management, Data Quality, Data Variables, Data Warehouse.
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Here is an partial extract from this announcement:
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Bob Hagenau, Cofounder and VP of Products and Corporate Development for Purisma, recently participated in an exclusive interview with Claudia Imhoff and the Business Intelligence Network ( http://www.BeyeNETWORK.com ). In this interview, Hagenau discusses Purisma’s solutions-driven approach to master data management (MDM), new features of Purisma Data Hub 3.0 and Purisma Business Data Appliances — preconfigured MDM applications that allow businesses to solve specific point problems.
What metrics do you use to monitor data quality in your organization? September 16, 2007Posted by Peter Benza in Data Metrics, Data Quality, Data Variables.
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There are many different metrics to consider, but maybe the first question to ask yourself is – did you talk to the business users?
The results of these discussions should be captured and used to formulate business rules. These business rules will hold the clue to what data variables (or metrics) are most important to monitor/track/graph.
What data variable(s) are useful to determine when a customer record should be classified as active or inactive? August 25, 2007Posted by Peter Benza in Data Analysis, Data Management, Data Metrics, Data Mining, Data Processes, Data Research, Data Variables.
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Peter Benza – 1984 graduate of the direct marketing educational foundation – creates enterprise data quality weblog August 13, 2007Posted by Peter Benza in Data Elements, Data Governance, Data Integrity, Data Management, Data Mining, Data Optimization, Data Profiling, Data Quality, Data Stewardship, Data Strategy, Data Tools, Data Variables, Data Visualization.
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