Document Data Management is the discipline that consists of processes, tools, and techniques that are used to define, model, discover, extract, integrate, standardize, normalize, report, and govern the data

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Have you wanted to do predictive analytics about your business but a vast amount of the data required to do this exists only in documents, not in a business intelligence

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Often, in data integration and data migration projects, there are unaccounted for hidden costs that creep up and cost businesses a significant amount of money as well as implementation delays.

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As I discussed in Part 1 portion of this blog, MDM is not a tool, but rather is a discipline that can be implemented in an organization through a program.

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I once told an executive of a very large company who asked me about MDM tools that, “Most MDM tools are scams!” Ok, I may have made some people unhappy

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I am a project manager in a very large public utility in California and work on infrastructure and compliance projects. Having attended and achieved the Xendat Blue Belt in Information

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Often, in every IT project, there are hidden costs that are not accounted for that creep up and cost businesses a significant amounts of money.  During my previous roles as

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It is not surprising that most data management professionals at some point in time in their career have either played the role of an IT project manager or have worked

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