Getting Information Governance Off the Ground

May 20, 2014 Featured Articles

Many enterprises understand that establishing and maintaining data quality is essential to their sustainable success, as major business decisions are informed by internal data trends. However, that doesn't mean they know how to get there. An information governance program is the key to doing so.

Often, organizations are laser focused on specific data events such as deploying an ERP system or deciding to consolidate legacy apps onto a new platform, with the main goal of getting the systems up and running with existing data in place. While data system deployments and migrations are major pieces of the data management lifecycle and important events in the life of an organization, they can drive far higher value when viewed as part of a larger strategic information governance program that aligns with meaningful business processes . . .

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