Master Data Discussion – SAP Super User Dallas Breakfast Huddle Recap – May 2014

At the May SAPinsight SAP Super User Breakfast Huddle in Dallas/Fort Worth, challenges with Master Data were discussed and shared. The Breakfast Huddle was attended by 11 different companies providing a great cross-section of ideas and experiences.

Master Data is the core data that is essential to all businesses, regardless of size or industry. Recognizing how important master data is to operations, many businesses are moving towards Master Data Management (MDM) and Master Data Governance (MDG) models to ensure their master data is persistently healthy. These models include content consolidation, master data harmonization, policies, standards, tools, and more.  Examples of the more commonly governed master data include customers, materials, and vendors.

Through the discussions during the Huddle, stimulated by an excellent presentation by Maxim Integrated on their own experiences, the group shared:

  • What Master Data they support,
  • What Master Data tools they use,
  • What challenges they face,
  • How they handle Master Data Governance.

If you are in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex, don’t miss the next SAP Super User Huddle in June on “What does HANA mean to the Super User?” The DFW Breakfast Huddles occur the second Thursday of each month. Meetings are held at a different company each month. Location and topic details are loaded to the SAPinsight calendar.

Breakfast Huddles are coming to Houston in June and more areas in the next few months.  Watch for communications. Sign-up to SAPinsight, subscribe to this Blog, or friend us from your favorite popular social media channel to stay updated.

SAPinsight arranges these Breakfast Huddles around the country. If you are interested in hosting an event in your city, contact us.

 

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