With the release of Magnitude MDM 10 SP1 on October 4, 2018, we have completely rearchitected the way we manage and process data. What does this mean to the user? Read on….
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Applying a model-driven approach to data management is key for meeting the speed to market and flexibility needs of today’s businesses. Rather than requiring a complete model of the entire enterprise-wide set of requirements before deploying the warehouse, Magnitude’s Business Information Modeler (BIM) allows you to start small, iterate, and deploy in increments.
Some of the most frequently asked questions we hear from our customers are: Why do I need another MDM application? What are the differences between MDM and PIM? Do I really need an MDM and a PIM solution? In many ways, these questions are based upon a faulty assumption, namely that product data management (PIM) […]
I read with interest a Gartner report, Modern Data Management Requires a Balance Between Collecting Data and Connecting to Data, that made the case for a bi-modal approach to connecting and collecting data. The case being made is that being able to react “at the edges” of broader data infrastructure (making decisions based on real […]
It seems these days that everyone is looking for a “360-degree view” of customer, product, vendor and just about every category of information you can think of. However, getting there is not always so easy, and gets harder as organizations get larger. Today, very few organizations have only one operational system, and many have several. […]
(Updated October 2018) What is the right MDM architecture style for your organization? It’s definitely an open-ended question that deserves an informed answer, especially before making new investment decisions. But before tackling the question, it is useful to define and understand the MDM styles themselves. Dr. Dave Waddington of The Information Difference defined four broad […]
(Updated October 2018) If you believe that better data quality has huge business value, and you believe the old axiom that you cannot improve something if you cannot measure it, then it follows that measuring data quality is very, very important. And it’s not a one-time exercise. Data quality should be measured continuously to establish […]