Organizations must seize sustainable competitive advantage hidden within information silos. This is critical to achieving customer centric objectives and business results. Here are 10 ways master data management (MDM) delivers sustainable competitive advantage.
Some process reengineering initiatives that were all the rage some two decades ago fell short of producing tangible changes within organizations. And the same dearth of measurements for assessing data quality improvements could mean the same fate for today’s information governance initiatives. See
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Provider data can be hard to pin down amid the winds of change that lash the healthcare environment from all directions. Rather than stumbling blind through a blizzard of competing demands, turn to IBM Master Data Management solutions to help you stay on top of your provider data.
Healthcare analytics can help healthcare providers make use of their vast quantities of data, enabling informed decision making and ever more personalized response even in an increasingly hectic healthcare environment. Discover six ways that analytics is making healthcare smarter.
From the general session to the Hack the Weather finals, attendees at Insight 2015 enjoyed an embarrassment of riches on day two of the conference. Read on for a rundown of the sessions and events that made the second day of Insight a resounding success.
A master data management (MDM) strategy can help businesses make intelligent business decisions and avoid unnecessary expenses while enabling efficient deployment and saving time spent on implementation. Discover the four essential capabilities of a strong MDM solution and how they can help you
Data can be the lifeblood for empowering healthcare organizations to proactively enhance patient outcomes. See how two healthcare entities applied master data management to innovate successful healthcare initiatives.
When considering data integration and governance, handling data is akin to dealing with a cluttered desk. Take a look at some tips that can apply to both tasks. Maybe now is a good time for some fall organization?
Sorting through data inconsistencies, particularly in hybrid data, can add a slew of confusing definitions and contexts that impact productivity and efficiency. With more valuable metadata than ever before at their disposal, organizations need a comprehensive strategy for metadata that helps them
Adopting a data integration strategy is the first step toward achieving success with data. Using such a strategy can instill confidence in customers and allow company leaders to react quickly and appropriately, all while reducing risk and costs.
Ensuring that third-party data in hybrid environments meets the quality standards many organizations follow for maintaining trust and confidence in their in-house data is imperative. Check out best practices for preparing, maintaining and monitoring third-party data to help boost efficiency and
Andy Hayler, CEO of The Information Difference, tells us that “the average large company has six different competing sources of customer data and nine different competing sources of product data.” For companies to succeed data quality is imperative.
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