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Before installing Master Data Services, it is important to determine your short- and medium-term goals for the application MDS was designed as a web application to provide a simple deployment model for a wide range of organizations This is also a good time to make sure you have the necessary information to deploy and configure the application successfully, and to determine whether your project requires external expertise There are a number of questions to be considered before installing MDS:
Which domains will I manage in MDS While this book addresses how to organize this data in later chapters, it is important to take an initial assessment of what data must be stored to create a functional MDS solution How many attributes will I need to manage For each domain that will be managed in MDS, it is valuable to understand the number of attributes that are relevant to the organization A central benefit of MDS is the ability to modify your model at any time, so a complete list is not essential A rough estimate of the number of attributes provides one of the best metrics of the scope of the management problem and can provide insight into the owners, editors, and consumers of the records to be managed How many employees will edit the data To provide an effective long-term solution and to see the largest return on investment (ROI) for any master data solution, it is imperative to empower the owners of the data to make changes directly within the system Whether this is accomplished directly in the Master Data Manager web application or in some external entry system that is integrated with MDS, empowering the business owners reduces IT effort and eliminates the communication breakdowns that occur when routing data changes through IT
How many employees will consume the data Ideally, completed implementations should give everyone with a business need in the organization the access to the cleanest and most accurate data at all times In most MDM projects, reaching this ideal state is a work in progress and data consumers should be prioritized based on business need and the costs associated with providing access
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How many systems do I need to integrate Depending on the size of the organization, identifying all systems that rely on a specific domain may not be feasible this early in a project Most small and medium-sized businesses should identify all systems that consume the domain to be mastered and determine the primary owner of each system
Based on the preliminary data that you discover from answering the preceding questions, you can determine the relative complexity of your MDM project The table shown in Figure 2-1 should help you to enumerate the complexity of your project The complexity of your project should affect both the scope of the implementation and the amount of ongoing effort required to maintain the MDS project Small projects should be manageable by novice individuals with sufficient business knowledge and the aid of this book These projects should be functional and productive within a week s worth of effort Many small projects revolve around finding a home for homeless data within the organization This data is critical to regular business processes, but not important enough to be managed in any standard process system Much of this homeless data tends to live in unmanaged Excel spreadsheets The transition of this homeless data into MDS can provide structure and control over it If IT personnel were previously responsible for
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