by Angela Guess
The Information Difference is looking for data professionals to participate in a new survey regarding how data governance can link master data management and data quality. The company asks, “If you can spare about 10 minutes to complete the survey it will really help to extend industry knowledge in this area. Anyone who completes the survey will receive a free summary of the survey results and enter a draw to win a free vendor profile worth $495.” The survey can be completed here.
The description continues, “This survey investigates the relationships between data governance, master data management (MDM) and data quality (DQ). Many authors are highlighting in the media the crucial importance of data governance and data quality initiatives to ensuring the success of MDM implementations. There is, however, scant information on the approach being adopted by organizations that have implemented or plan to implement MDM, or indeed those who have chosen not to implement data governance.”
It adds, “The aim of this Information Difference survey is to explore the linkage between data governance, master data and data quality, and to discover how organizations are tackling this area in practice. We also wish to understand the scale, scope and success rates of data governance programs.”
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