TDWI Research defines collaborative data integration as a collection of user best practices and software tool functions that foster collaboration among the growing number of technical and business people involved in data integration projects and initiatives. Two thirds of users surveyed by TDWI say that collaborative data integration is an issue for them – and for good reasons: On the technology side, data integration specialists are growing in number and data integration work is evermore dispersed geographically. On the business side, business people have long taken an interest in data integration related to business intelligence and mergers, but they now need direct involvement due to new requirements for compliance and governance.
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