Having quick and easy access to market reference data is a must-have component for any modern organization. Accurate and up-to-date market reference information will give a business an edge over its rivals by enabling it to act first in order to secure products and/ or services at the best possible prices and specifications.
Below are a series of white papers, analyst reports, and case studies that suggest ways in which your business can improve the use of market reference data following best practices.
A recent Computing survey reveals the main obstacles that hold companies back from big data adoption. Uncertainty about ROI and skills shortages need to be overcome if the promise of big data technologies is to be fulfilled. This paper discusses how you can overcome these obstacles. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Mining | Published: April 2013 | Type: White Paper
Security teams are facing a flood of data with billions of events collected by their organisation a day. Every one of these events could lead to a breach. This video shows how you can have great visibility on a moment by moment basis as to what the current status of risk is within your organisation. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Enterprise Data Protection | Published: April 2013 | Type: Video
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This case study focuses on a hospital which runs on an SAP-based ERP Medical Information System. The importance of this system is critical as it is the heart of the hospital IT and thousands of MDs, nurses, scientists, and administrators work on it 24/7/365. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Administration | Published: April 2013 | Type: Case Study
Based on the survey of Computing’s readership, this whitepaper will examine how organisations view their data, reveal the pain-points where poor quality data is damaging the business and look at how to build a viable business case for better data management. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Quality | Published: January 2013 | Type: Analyst Report
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This short Computing Video looks at how big data technology has developed into a means for organisations not only to manage big data itself, but also to achieve TDM though importing corporate unstructured and semi-structured data onto big data platforms. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Master Data Management | Published: January 2013 | Type: Video
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Company: Trillium Software
This paper seeks to help all those who are looking to move from application centric DQ to one where DQ is tackled as a strategic, enterprise wide initiative. The paper proposes and outlines a practical 5 step methodology to enable DQ champions in an organisation to successfully implement DQ. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Quality | Published: December 2012 | Type: White Paper
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Company: Qliktech UK
This paper examines the world of data and looks at how you can ask better questions of the data you have already collected. How you can gather data you never would have thought to gather before, because now you can make it useful. Read this thought leadership paper to find out more. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Mining | Published: December 2012 | Type: Analyst Report
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"Customer data is twice as likely to suffer from quality and management problems than any other domain" This paper references a survey that shows that customer data in many organisations is fragmented, duplicated and poorly managed. It goes on to look at best practice in data governance. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Data Governance | Published: December 2012 | Type: Analyst Report
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This paper discusses the changes now taking place in the market from both an end-customer and a supplier perspective and goes on to identify the importance for VARs in terms of selecting vendor and service provider partners and the key success factors that will give VARs the best chances of success. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Customer Relationship Management (CRM) | Published: November 2012 | Type: White Paper
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