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Master Data Management 1 big thing: Oversee requirements analysis, reporting build, or other data management related involvement.

The big picture: Certify your staff is responsible for all aspects of technical project and program management that are more network focused and not IT or Software Delivery related.

Why it matters: Make sure your personnel is involved in crm, content and data management, master data management or artificial intelligence in the life sciences industry.

Between the lines: Be certain that your design develops strategy and exercises control over resources, budget management and planning which impacts the business analysis function; accountable for end results.

Yes, but: Ensure your team is responsible for executing a structured approach to the collection, creation, and maintenance of master product data through Motions PIM supporting the Item Database team.

What they’re saying: “Certify your operation is responsible for retaining existing (internal) customers and preventing erosion of your customer base through timely and creative service failure resolution, while limiting financial exposure and capturing actionable data., Jacob B. – Data Asset Manager

How it works: Make sure your organization designs (logically and physically) large, complex, business critical databases based on business requirements gathered from application development teams and business users.

State of play: Manage risk: aid the definition of data classifications and data zoning to allow information assets to be immediately identified and proactively handled as more information becomes federated in a digital economy.

What we’re hearing: “Ensure your strategy is working with business to form Data Domain teams by establishing data ownership roles to enable the rollout of data governance practices across your organization., Carol W. – Manager-Risk Management

On the flip side: Work in partnership with the Solution Architect to design, implement, maintain data warehousing and data management solutions to support business reporting and analytics.

Under the hood: Secure that your design works with the Division EHR Support Team to define clinical application reporting standards and works with facilities to implement the standards.


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Here are their most urgent ones:

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The bottom line: Guarantee your personnel manages innovation by maintaining an awareness of trends and directions in the information technology and insurance industries, and applies them as appropriate to enable your business objectives.

What’s next: Make sure the driver communicates and interacts with (internal) customers, vendors and co-workers professionally ensuring all services and duties are executed in accordance with needed work methods and customer service practices.

ICYMI: Define business process workflows using MDM tools to enforce data governance Collaborate with several technical teams and business users for Development, QA and operations support Conduct MDM unit tests, code reviews and deployments.


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