Mapping a successful data journey: strategy, execution and sustainability

A well-planned data journey can positively impact an organization’s long-term trajectory. However, it is important to have clarity not only in the strategy but also in successful execution and sustainability for the long haul, argues data veteran Subbiah Subramanian.

An organization must have a clear and coherent enterprise data strategy to achieve its goals. In the financial sector, different business areas have diverse data requirements and preferences, depending on their level of development, scale, market presence, and regulatory compliance. 

For instance, an investment management firm may have different data priorities for its core business area that handles traditional assets (such as equity, fixed income, and derivatives), its alternative asset

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