Enterprise Data Management Architecture And Implementation Plan

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Final Project:
Enterprise Data Management Architecture and Implementation Plan
Matthew Brantner
Southern New Hampshire University

Final Project:
Enterprise Data Management Architecture and Implementation Plan Up until this point, Third Star Financial Services has operated via a succession of mergers and acquisitions where systems were inherited but never integrated into the network. Its data management has been virtually non-existent and entirely ineffective. Evidence of this can be found in the absence of an enterprise-wide data management solution and the presence of several disparate systems operating independently with no measurable benefit to the company. Due to a lack of actionable data, management makes decisions based on instinct rather than through analysis. A direct consequence of this is a steadily declining market share and loss of high-level employees to competing companies. Fortunately, this discrepancy has been identified and Third Star executives have established the new goal of modernizing and streamlining operations. Using concepts outlined by the Data Management Association (DAMA), this proposed enterprise architecture will allow Third Star to transform their data from a liability to an asset.
According to Berson and Dubov (2011), there are four typical categories of drivers that explain the need for data management: Business Development, Sales and Marketing; Customer Service; Risk, Privacy, Compliance and Control; and Operational…
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