Top Reasons Your MDM Project Might Stall (and How to Save It)
Are your MDM projects taking too long to go live? Challenges in engaging follow on users of the master hub? There are a number of reasons that an MDM project stalls, and considering these before deployment can help decrease time to value and increase acceptance.
Any MDM project requires three components: a master data hub, data quality, and data integration. The hub is used to create an authoritative version of key data domains such as customer, product, supplier, or employee. Data quality is necessary to improve the correctness and consistency of master data, and data integration to align sources of master data with the master data hub. Without the right capabilities and interoperability among these three components, MDM projects will be significantly delayed and fail to yield quantifiable business results.
What You Will Learn:
- Key capabilities required within MDM, data quality, and data integration for faster deployment
- Why MDM projects are delayed when these three components are not interoperable
- Best practices from the fastest MDM deployments (as well as delayed ones)
- Crucial recommendations: What you can do today to turnaround your project