Money and people have always been considered the most important enterprise assets. As they are crucial for the organization reach its goals, they must be carefully managed. Today, data is also considered an enterprise asset with recognized value, and should thus be handled as thoughtfully as traditional assets. Frontrunning companies are organizing their internal process structures in such a way that they can unlock the power of data to stay ahead in an ever-accelerating world.
A multi-faceted discipline
Source: DAMA International (DMBOK)
There are a lot of things to consider when it comes to business data management:
Beyond traditional BI
Every traditional business insight is, in fact, a form of data management. Data was loaded from different sources (the cloud, databases, and MDS or flat files) into an ETL (extract, transform, load) process to enable reporting and analytics. Today, however, there is a growing awareness that businesses and processes need to be arranged in a way that allows the active management and application of data to enhance operations and decision-making.
delaware is one-stop-shop for everything data. Our deep experience and data-empowered references differentiate us from our competitors. We have proven affinity for data, and we know how to deliver effective solutions. In this way, we bridge the gap between technology and a top-down approach.
We provide a host of Microsoft and SAP Insights competences in data management, including:
Why choose delaware?
Découvrez comment doper les performances de votre entreprise en stockant, gérant, analysant et exploitant la puissance de vos données.
La gestion des données de référence est l’ensemble des processus, systèmes de gestion, pratiques et outils mis en place pour fournir des informations commerciales précises et fiables d’un bon niveau de qualité, sous la forme adéquate, au bon moment, dans le contexte approprié et aux bonnes personnes.
A pragmatic approach to define the priorities in making your business more data-driven
La visualisation des données et leur analyse permettent, que vous soyez spécialistes ou non, de comprendre rapidement des données complexes. Découvrez comment.