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OAUG COLLABORATE 2013

MDM Track’s Call for Papers at COLLABORATE 2013

The COLLABORATE 13 Call for Presentations will be open until October 12, 2012

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Collibra for Data Governance, by William McKnight

Collibra recently briefed the Hub Designs MDM Think Tank.

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IBM InfoSphere Master Data Management

IBM briefs the Hub Designs MDM Think Tank

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Loqate: Accuracy and Intelligence from Address Data

The Hub Designs MDM Think Tank recently received a briefing from Martin Turvey, CEO of Loqate.

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MDM’s Blind Spot: Social Networks by Peter Perera

Peter Perera from The Perera Group with a very interesting article about the convergence of Master Data Management (MDM) and social networking.

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Final Deadline for the MDM Track at COLLABORATE 2012

The final deadline for the COLLABORATE 2012 conference Call for Papers is TODAY – Monday, October 17.

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The MDM Track at COLLABORATE 2012

The deadline for the Call for Papers for the 2012 COLLABORATE conference is Friday, October 14.

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Call for Papers for MDM Track at COLLABORATE 2012

The Call for Papers for the 2012 COLLABORATE conference is open.

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Informatica Progress

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 […]

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New Article by Dan Power in Information Management

I’ve written an article for the most recent edition of Information Management magazine titled “How to Be an MDM Process Owner”. Here’s an except: “I’ve been an MDM evangelist since 2004 and have worked with a lot of people either becoming MDM process owners or helping shape another person within their company into one. Here […]

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Call for Papers for MDM Track at OAUG COLLABORATE 2011

I’ve been involved in the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) since 1995, and have been a member of the OAUG Education Committee for several years now. The Education Committee is starting to plan next April’s COLLABORATE 11 Conference, and I’m managing the “Master Data Management” track. Together with the Special Interest Group (SIG) coordinators for the Customer […]

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What I Learned on My Summer Vacation

What I Learned on My Summer Vacation

I recently got back from my summer vacation, a 16-day, 300-mile sailing trip with my wife and two boys.  We co-organized the trip for 15 boats, all members of the Blue Water Sailing Club.  We went from the Boston area, through the Cape Cod Canal, down Buzzards Bay to Rhode Island Sound, spending four days […]

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Data Profiling For All The Right Reasons, Part 5

The Hub Designs Blog welcomes the final installment of this great series by Rob DuMoulin, an information architect with more than 26 years of IT experience, specializing in master data management, database administration and design, and business intelligence. Part 5: The Profiling Payoff This is the final part of a five-part series, describing how data […]

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Data Profiling For All The Right Reasons, Part 4

The Hub Designs Blog welcomes Part 4 of this series by Rob DuMoulin, an information architect with more than 26 years of IT experience, specializing in master data management, database administration and design, and business intelligence. Part 4: Profiling Relationships and Patterns This is part four of a five-part series describing how data profiling assists […]

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Data Profiling For All The Right Reasons, Part 3

The Hub Designs Blog welcomes Part 3 of this series by Rob DuMoulin, an information architect with more than 26 years of IT experience, specializing in master data management, database administration and design, and business intelligence. Part 3: Attribute-Level Analyses This is part three of a five-part series on data profiling. In Part One, we […]

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Data Profiling For All The Right Reasons, Part 2

The Hub Designs Blog welcomes Part 2 of this series by Rob DuMoulin, an information architect with more than 26 years of IT experience, specializing in master data management, database administration and design, and business intelligence. Part 2: Profiling the Basics This discussion is the second of a five-part series on data profiling. In Part […]

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Data Profiling For All The Right Reasons, Part 1

The Hub Designs Blog welcomes a guest post by Rob DuMoulin, an information architect with more than 26 years of IT experience, specializing in master data management, database administration and design, and business intelligence. Part 1: The Psychology of Data Profiling Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung founded the Analytical School of Psychology. His word association […]

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Orchestra Networks Webinar Replay

Yesterday, I attended a great webinar hosted by Orchestra Networks and Michelin. I found it full of good insights into how Michelin has deployed proactive data governance with real benefits to the business. To view the webinar replay and download the presentations, just register at http://www.orchestranetworks.com/webinar-master-data-governance-michelin.html.  And if you have any questions, please contact info@orchestranetworks.com. […]

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Oracle’s MDM Strategy and Roadmap

At the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) COLLABORATE 2010 conference this week, I attended a session by Pascal Laik, Oracle’s VP of Master Data Management Strategy. He started out by talking about several Oracle MDM customers, their success stories and their return on investment, across drivers like growth, efficiency, improved IT agility, and compliance. Pascal […]

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Our Booth at the Gartner MDM Summit

Hub Designs was a Silver sponsor at the Gartner MDM Summit 2010. Here’s the new, 3-minute video we produced to describe what Hub Designs does as an consulting firm focused specifically on MDM: Great New White Paper and Other Collateral Available at Our Booth At the event, we announced with Equifax a new product that integrates […]

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Hub Designs and Equifax Introduce Oracle Integration Solution

Today, at the Gartner Master Data Management Summit in Las Vegas, Hub Designs and Equifax jointly announced a new product, Hub Designs Equifax Integration for Oracle, bringing the power of Equifax Commercial Information Solutions data to the Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Customer Data Hub platforms. The solution smoothly integrates Equifax data into Release 12 of […]

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Informatica Analyst Briefing

Arvind Parthasarathi, Ken Hoang and Ravi Shankar from Informatica were kind enough recently to give me a detailed briefing on Informatica’s master data management (MDM) strategy after its acquisition of Siperian. First, there’s no doubt this was a game-changing move, for both Siperian and for Informatica. With over 4,000 Informatica installed base customers to leverage, […]

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Hub Designs at Gartner MDM Summit

We’re in the final stages of getting ready for the Gartner MDM Summit at this point.  It will be held on April 14-16, 2010 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. This will be our third time at this event, and our second as an exhibitor. Last October, we exhibited as a Kiosk […]

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Answering Questions from LinkedIn

I got a good question via LinkedIn the other day, so I thought I’d answer it here: Dear Dan, I am a database architect but I am new to MDM and data governance, and I’m very interested in this area. Can you please suggest where to start? I’ve found some information on the web (sometimes […]

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AMB Releases Community Edition

Hub Designs has been a partner of AMB, a provider of information governance, quality and discovery software, since November 2008. Now AMB is launching an open source version of its Information Governance Suite, called the Community Edition. AMB delivers tools to facilitate real time governance, and is now extending its reach as one of the first […]

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Long Live MDM

Editor’s Note: Today’s post was written by Jeff Schaffzin. Jeff is an independent consultant with over 15 years of experience in high tech. He’s worked with a number of leading software vendors in roles such as product marketing, professional services and information technology. Specializing in data management, Jeff has spent the last three years focusing […]

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Data Profiling For All The Right Reasons, Part 5

The Hub Designs Blog welcomes the final installment of this great series by Rob DuMoulin, an information architect with more than 26 years of IT experience, specializing in master data management, database administration and design, and business intelligence. Part 5: The Profiling Payoff This is the final part of a five-part series, describing how data […]

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Initiate Systems Acquired By IBM

Today, IBM announced that it is acquiring Initiate Systems. This was widely rumored last week, but the announcement of Informatica’s acquisition of Siperian took my mind off this temporarily. On the face of it, it makes all the sense in the world. IBM knows a good product when it sees it, and Initiate has been […]

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Siperian Acquired By Informatica

Siperian, one of the last best-of-breed providers of master data management (MDM) technology, is being acquired by Informatica. The two firms were already working together closely, having an alliance and OEM relationship through Informatica’s acquisitions in 2008 of Identity Systems (for entity resolution and matching) and in 2009 of Address Doctor (for customer address cleansing). […]

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Data Profiling For All The Right Reasons, Part 4

The Hub Designs Blog welcomes Part 4 of this series by Rob DuMoulin, an information architect with more than 26 years of IT experience, specializing in master data management, database administration and design, and business intelligence. Part 4: Profiling Relationships and Patterns This is part four of a five-part series describing how data profiling assists […]

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Data Profiling For All The Right Reasons, Part 3

The Hub Designs Blog welcomes Part 3 of this series by Rob DuMoulin, an information architect with more than 26 years of IT experience, specializing in master data management, database administration and design, and business intelligence. Part 3: Attribute-Level Analyses This is part three of a five-part series on data profiling. In Part One, we […]

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Data Profiling For All The Right Reasons, Part 2

The Hub Designs Blog welcomes Part 2 of this series by Rob DuMoulin, an information architect with more than 26 years of IT experience, specializing in master data management, database administration and design, and business intelligence. Part 2: Profiling the Basics This discussion is the second of a five-part series on data profiling. In Part […]

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Data Profiling For All The Right Reasons, Part 1

The Hub Designs Blog welcomes another guest post by Rob DuMoulin, an information architect with more than 26 years of IT experience, specializing in master data management, database administration and design, and business intelligence. Part 1: The Psychology of Data Profiling Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung founded the Analytical School of Psychology. His word association […]

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