Managing Data For Efficiency and Cost

deborah-culhane

The financial crisis of 2008 played a significant role in the evolution of data management strategies becoming more comprehensive within financial services organizations. Not only did management have to focus more on data collection, organizations also needed to employ enterprise data or warehousing solutions. While regulatory demands and internal risk management practices were primary catalysts for projects aimed at improving access, integration and management of data, the ongoing explosion in

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