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DataFlux positioned in leaders quadrant for data quality according to Gartner January 17, 2008

Posted by Peter Benza in Data Assessment, Data Consolidation, Data Governance, Data Hygiene, Data Integration, Data Integrity, Data Management, Data Profiling, Data Quality, Data Standardization, Data Templates, Data Tools.
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Compliance, Data Governance, Master Data Management, Data Profiling

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BusinessObjects data quality XI January 17, 2008

Posted by Peter Benza in Data Accuracy, Data Analysis, Data Architecture, Data Assessment, Data Consolidation, Data Hygiene, Data Integrity, Data Profiling, Data Quality, Data References, Data Strategy, Data Templates, Data Tools.
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Standardize, Identify Duplicates, Correct, Improve Match, Append, Consolidate, and more.    

http://www.businessobjects.com/products/dataquality/data_quality_xi.asp

SOA Governance At Bea: Essential to your enterprise transformation strategy January 17, 2008

Posted by Peter Benza in 1, Data Analysis, Data Architecture, Data Governance, Data Integration, Data Management, Data Optimization, Data Profiling, Data Security, Data Stewardship.
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Effective SOA governance is an essential element in any enterprise transformation strategy. It can help your organization achieve measurable, sustainable business value.

Read about this and other webcasts, whitepapers, etc… at Bea.

http://www.bea.com/framework.jsp?CNT=index.jsp&FP=/content/solutions/soa_governance/

What types of common data problems are found in your master data? January 13, 2008

Posted by Peter Benza in Data Analysis, Data Assessment, Data Governance, Data Hygiene, Data Metrics, Data Profiling, Data Quality.
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Master Data exists across your entire enterprise.  Companies today are assessing what is the best way to consolidate all their information assets (data sources) into a “single customer view”.

What types of data problems exist in your organization today or the future with the move towards managing data at the enterprise level?

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