Danish pension provider ATP is experiencing the benefits of its enterprise-wide data management centralization strategy aimed at reducing duplication, and now plans to further automate processes within the firm, Inside Reference Data has learned.
The initiative to enable the firm to move from a non-centralized to a centralized data management environment kicked off in 2005, as part of a move to secure a data strategy with the limited resources available at the time.
Copenhagen-based Jesper Loren
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