Nowadays, the success of many businesses is primarily attributed to good relationships with their customers. That is, having a comprehensive understanding of what customer needs and availing it to satisfy their needs as well as achieve the business goals. n Mathematics, 360 degrees is a full rotation that is, there are no blind spots.
Added by Indhu on February 7, 2021 at 2:43am — No Comments
In this article I explore some of the key concepts of data quality management and how to build a strategy for continuous improvement. I won’t be covering every possible scenario, process, method or problem; only those that are common across most industries and those that have proved useful on my own personal journey.
Hopefully, we already agree that good data quality is an essential part of business intelligence and a foundation on which you build your systems, processes and…Continue
Added by Richard Cook on February 21, 2018 at 5:00am — No Comments
Over the past six months we have been working with the reliability and maintenance organization within a large oil and gas client to build out their Master Equipment List (MEL). Like many asset-intensive organizations, they have implemented an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) tool to give them visibility and control over their capital equipment to optimize their maintenance strategies, reduce operating costs, and better manage their workforce and spare parts inventories. The challenge is…Continue
Added by Sullexis LLC on October 6, 2014 at 8:00am — No Comments
Your custom MDM solution: Don’t make these mistakes (Part 1)
Most MDM implementations will be based on a commercial software product. By relying on a packaged solution, the architectural considerations have been addressed by the software vendor, allowing the project team to focus on the data management considerations. However, there are cases when a custom MDM solution may be needed. When proceeding down the path of custom development for MDM, we have some advice for you:…Continue
Added by Sullexis LLC on January 29, 2014 at 11:15am — No Comments