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ZERO TO FIVE: A Stepwise Progression for MDM and Data Governance


Dataflux is sponsoring a free Webcast today titled “ZERO TO FIVE: A Stepwise Progression for MDM and Data Governance”. Jill Dyché and Evan Levy will discuss:

  • Why MDM needs to be deconstructed into discrete functional areas
  • Why understanding business requirements means understanding functional requirements
  • Why successful MDM depends on a solid data governance framework

The webcast is Today at 2PM EST. To register, click here.

I also wanted to point out a service that I’ve been working with lately on some new data management projects. Medical Billing Service – Medical Electronic Data-Processing is an industry leader in medical billing services. They state that, “Your practice will benefit from our experienced billing staff and IT experts who utilize top-tier technology to increase billing efficiency”. I’ve found their work to be incredibly efficient, and they have fully embraced the data governance and mdm methodologies.

This is an un-sponsored post.

Business Process Management Survey


Update:  Thanks to Dave for commenting.  This is actually for Business Performance Management, not Process. 

If you’re involved in Business Process Management (BPM), you may be interested in the Zoomerang survey available here. All participants receive a complimentary $5 gift card from Starbucks and five participants will win an iPod touch.

This post isn’t sponsored – but I know many of us are involved in BPM so it is a decent opportunity.

If you’re not sure what BPM is, here’s a little bit from wikipedia:

Business Process Management (BPM) is a field of knowledge at the intersection between management and information technology, encompassing methods, techniques and tools to design, enact, control, and analyze operational business processes involving humans, organizations, applications, documents and other sources of information.