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Steve Minor

MDM, SOA and BPM – Partners for Success, by Steve Minor

A great article by Steve Minor on the relationship between MDM, SOA and BPM

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MDM and SOA, a Strong Partnership

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! Editor’s Note: Today’s post was written by Joan Lawson, a great enterprise architect whom I’ve known since 2003. For more information on Joan, please see her LinkedIn profile — Dan Power Let’s not allow Master Data Management (MDM) to become just another silo of data!  MDM […]

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DM Review Online Edition Column

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! Here’s my new monthly column, “MDM Insights”, in the online edition of DM Review. One of the many “hidden benefits” of a successful master data management (MDM) strategy is the contribution it can make to your enterprise’s move toward a service-oriented architecture (SOA). Click on “Master […]

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Next Week’s DIG Conference

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! I’m really looking forward to speaking at next week’s Decisions, Information and Governance conference in Las Vegas, sponsored by The Palladium Group. And I spoke earlier this week at the New England Oracle SOA Users Group, talking about Master Data Management as a foundation for Service-Oriented […]

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Perspectives on the MDM Market

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! In this article, we’ll give some perspective on the current state of the Master Data Management (MDM) market. Well-meaning skeptics have raised doubts about whether MDM initiatives have long-term viability, sufficient ROI or in fact, are just another system. This skepticism is, of course, understandable. Every […]

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Role of MDM and Data Governance in SOA

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! As SOA (service oriented architecture) initiatives gain popularity, let’s look at how MDM (master data management) and data governance can dovetail with a SOA strategy. SOA, although technically a type of IT architecture, is more of an integrated approach to building high-level services that are inherently […]

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