Chamberlain on S&P’s Data Strategy and the Need for a Global Approach

Focusing on laying out a data operations capability prior to investment in technology has proven to be an effective approach for S&P to develop its EDM strategy, on its way up the maturity curve, according to Melbourne-based Tim Chamberlain, vice president, data strategy and operations, Standard & Poor's.

The firm decided to start investing in master data management (MDM) software two years after the program kicked off in 2005.

Speaking at the FISD meeting held in Sydney in April, Chamberlain

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