Data Management Framework – 7 essential components

first_imgManaging your data takes work. Just because you have data does not mean it is the correct data. You must make sure that you have useful data to inform the rest of your operations. People who are good at managing data are usually those who like having structure and disciplined processes that others will support. These are the people you want on your team to ensure you have data you can count on. If you can’t count on your data, it will not produce useful insights for reporting and business decisions.Building data you can rely on means following a good data management framework. Data infrastructures built on sound management principles yield reliable data. This useful data, if used correctly, leads to engaged members who trust their credit union and want to do more business with you. Plus, you need to have reliable data when you are submitting reports to regulatory bodies and mitigating risks.A data management framework has many components to it. All the parts complement each other and work together as a whole. Missing a component will cause issues. The following is a brief description of all the elements of a data management framework. We will delve into each component separately in future blog posts. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more

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