Data Sharing Using A Common Data Architecture
Data Sharing Using a Common Data Architecture Wouldn’t it be a pleasure to know and understand all the data in your organization? Wouldn’t it be great to easily identify and readily share those data to develop information that supports business strategies? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a formal data resource that provides just-in-time data for developing just-in-time information to support just-in-time decision making? Data Sharing Using a Common Data Architecture shows you how by:
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