07/11/2016

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Lean Projects Omikron study: Master data management (MDM) projects fail often on complexity LeanMDM promises faster and better results that deficiencies in the quality of data continuously regularly occupy a prominent position on the problem of the company ranking as an alternative, often due to the complexity of the projects for the master data management (MDM). Would they created sleeker, faster and better results could be achieved. A study of Omikron data quality GmbH (www.omikron.net) among more than 140 companies with MDM initiatives comes to this realization. Then, almost half of the companies surveyed indicates that their recent projects to improve the quality of the data have been completed with unsatisfactory results. Only 26 percent expressed very or largely satisfied with 28 percent many similar to evaluate the success of your MDM project as satisfactory. Among the key findings of the study but, that at the same time a close link between on the one hand the success of the project and the scope of the Optimization measures, on the other hand has been determined. The complexity for 58 percent represents a significant negative factor, the widely implemented approach is represented only by seven percent of companies as positive for the success of the project. Another 12% assess the impact of the large size of the measures relatively effect neutral, one-fifth of all respondents can not evaluate the influence of project complexity on the results of the MDM project. A confirmation of this user assessment is given by viewing from a different angle. On the question of whether the use of leaner solution methods in the sense of a LeanMDM would help to commit themselves more strongly than hitherto in the issue of data quality are in clear majority vote? "Definitely, 44 percent see it" and probably another 20 percent "more favorable...