Hub Designs has been working closely with Veeva Systems for the past year.
Recently, I was part of the launch event for Veeva Network, a new customer MDM offering for the life sciences industry from Veeva Systems
The Hub Designs MDM Think Tank met last week with Terry Stickler, Senior Director of Marketing at Stibo Systems
I had a chance to catch Jill Dyche’s talk at the Gartner 2013 MDM Summit
A briefing by Teradata for the Hub Designs MDM Think Tank
September 14th 2012 is Hub Designs’ fifth anniversary. Our core mission – bringing the highest quality consulting on master data management and data governance to our clients – hasn’t changed.
Collibra recently briefed the Hub Designs MDM Think Tank.
A great article on data quality by our friend Kuppusamy Bhaskar
IBM briefs the Hub Designs MDM Think Tank
Semarchy briefs the Hub Designs MDM Think Tank on their Convergence MDM solution
Hub Designs is looking for an exceptional Oracle TCA Business Analyst / Developer
The Hub Designs MDM Think Tank recently received a briefing from Martin Turvey, CEO of Loqate.
Peter Perera from The Perera Group with a very interesting article about the convergence of Master Data Management (MDM) and social networking.
Another article by Mark Allen, the co-author of “Master Data Management in Practice – Achieving True Customer MDM”.
Hub Designs Celebrates Fourth Anniversary – Four years ago today, Hub Solution Designs, Inc. was incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
A great article on golden records and relationships
After this year’s Gartner MDM Summit conference, Hub Designs sent a small team to a new client in South Africa called Africom.
A great article on golden records and relationships
David Butler’s presentation at the OAUG COLLABORATE 11 conference
I got a couple of e-mails from a friend over the past few days, and he asked some great questions about matching (or entity resolution, as Infoglide Software prefers to call it). His first question was about AbiliTec IDs for individuals. He wondered if this was an Axciom product or an industry standard identifier. He was looking for a way to uniquely identify customers from the web, retail point-of-sale (POS), and other marketing channels for a client who doesn’t have any useful way of identifying the same customer across channels.
Now that 2010 is over, we can share some readership statistics with you. Through Dec. 31, 2010, our total views since inception (in July 2007) were 101,078 (including RSS traffic). We were excited to see that overall readership was up 14% in 2010 vs. 2009 (and 2009 was up 96% vs. 2008). This offers some great opportunities for exposure for guest authors.
Misti Lusher and Ravi Shankar from Informatica were kind enough to do an analyst briefing for Hub Designs recently, to bring us up to date on what’s been happening with Informatica in the past few months. The combination of Siperian with Informatica has exceeded their expectations so far, with MDM revenue running significantly ahead of […]
Bank Systems & Technology magazine had a good article by Penny Crosman today. Gartner Research is predicting 14% growth over 2009 levels for master data management (MDM) software license revenues, to $1.5 billion. Business drivers for adoption range from delivering revenue, service, agility and risk management improvement, cost reduction and integration simplification. John Radcliffe, a research […]
This is a transcript (lightly edited for brevity) of today’s Informatica MDM Tweet Jam. We hope you enjoyed the actual Tweet Jam and this transcript. If there were questions you didn’t get a chance to ask, please feel free to ask them via our web site’s Contact Us page. Dan Power: Informatica MDM Tweet Jam like […]
In the real estate industry, they have a saying: “location, location, location!” In the technology business, and particularly in the master data management (MDM) field, it’s all about time to value. A shorter, more targeted project (vs. the “ultimate” whiz-bang project with all the technology bells and whistles) pays off better in two important ways: […]
For a long time now, I’ve admired Guy Kawasaki, one of the early Apple employees responsible for marketing the Macintosh computer in 1984. He’s credited with being one of the people to bring the concept of evangelism, in his case focused on creating passionate users and developers to become advocates for Apple, to the high […]
This may be the most important best practice of all: use a balanced, holistic approach – addressing people, process, technology and information. Start with the people, politics and culture, and then move on to the data governance and stewardship processes, then the technology. The recent Gartner “Magic Quadrant for MDM of Customer Data” by John […]
One of my favorite quotes is from Albert Einstein, who said “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” This is very true in master data management (MDM) – where you’ll inevitably come under pressure to oversimplify. It’s not uncommon to have 20-30 source systems (or more) that have to be integrated […]
Breaking news: As I was writing the article below on MDM Best Practice #8, I realized I should discuss the acquisition of Data Foundations, Inc. by Software AG. I was surprised by how long it took for the announcement to come out, because I first heard about this transaction in June. It seems to be […]
If there’s no dedicated data governance function, then no one lives & dies with the accuracy, completeness, timeliness and consistency of the critical information that drives the business. There’s not much point in doing master data management if you’re not going to govern the data. I remember attending an MDM Summit conference a few years […]