Gartner Research

The Five Vectors of Complexity That Define Your MDM Strategy

Published: 27 April 2015

ID: G00276267

Analyst(s): Andrew White

Summary

Master data management program managers should utilize Gartner's view of the five vectors of MDM complexity when scoping out MDM strategies. They can be used to define an MDM strategy, but can act as inhibitors to MDM success if you don't know what they are or don't use them to define your strategy.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges
  • Recommendation

Introduction

Analysis

  • Develop a Good Understanding of the Complexities of MDM to Create a Winning Strategy
    • MDM 101: Vectors of Complexity Defined
    • MDM Vectors of Complexity: Industry
    • MDM Vectors of Complexity: Data Domain
    • MDM Vectors of Complexity: Use Case
    • MDM Vectors of Complexity: Organization
    • MDM Vectors of Complexity: Implementation Style

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