A Not-So-Golden Age of Data

So, what is reference data? "Oh no," I can hear you mumbling, "not another guy defining reference data." Relax. We won't do that here. But can we at least agree that we've reached a critical tipping point in maturity - a generalized, common understanding of reference and enterprise data? Sadly, no.

Practically every panel in every reference data conference (and there seems to be a lot of them) begins with panelists feeling the need to define reference data. Why? We don't define risk at risk

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