Join the Oracle Applications and Technology Users Group (OATUG) Analytics, BI and Big Data Special Interest Group (SIG) in a discussion with the Broadridge team about how they built a business case for master data management (MDM) and data governance. Master data management (MDM) solutions and data governance processes are critical to manage enterprise data as an asset as part of your organization’s enterprise analytics strategy. As enterprises transition to the cloud, there is an exceptional opportunity to initiate a proof of concept (POC) with incremental spending to institute or transform MDM and data governance. This presentation shares how to build strong business case for MDM and data governance; highlights the various enterprise dimensions for soft and hard savings to help you justify and build a business case; and includes best practices and a key references list. _____________________________________ The Oracle Applications and Technology Users Group (OATUG) Analytics, BI and Big Data Special Interest Group (SIG) was formed to allow users to share information and best practices related to the use of Oracle Analytics, BI and Big Data on-premises and cloud solutions. Through the SIG, users have access to education and training programs and may provide feedback to Oracle by recommending product enhancements and influencing future versions of the software. If you are interested in participating in the SIG, please join the membership at our web site at http://analytics.communities.oaug.org.
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