Reducing Impacts to Operations through Enterprise Information Management
The historical evolution of an organization’s application infrastructure usually reflects organic growth, with application requirement gathering focused on functional needs rather than information expectations. Yet when ungoverned business processes allow flawed data to enter the environment, the result is the need for reduced automation, increased manual intervention, inconsistency across applications, lowered productivity, and a variety of impacts to revenue generation as well as cost reduction.
In this webinar, we look at understanding how operational processes rely on consistent, high quality data and how the impacts to operational effectiveness can be reduced or even eliminated through the incorporation of an organizational data strategy that employs enterprise information management tools and techniques.
Attendees will learn about
- Operational impacts of poor data quality and limitations on data access
- Using data quality tools and techniques to validate and control data across business processes
- Using data standards and metadata to reduce complexity and development effort