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Business Information Management Strategy?

By mkoenig ·
This is a relatively new term I have heard recently. It is the hierarchy of data management in any growing business. It creates a logical flow of data from its inception into the organization through the management levels. Thus, allowing for proactive business decisions to be made on a consistent basis. The end result is an increase in both corporate flexibility and profitability. It encompasses the process and use of Customer Data Management, CRM, ERP and BI all supported by a robust Service Desk.

What I want to know is has anyone else ever heard of this and how would this benefit an organization?

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RE has anyone else ever heard of this

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Business Information Mana ...

Yes it's not a uncommon term though it has recently been pushed along a bit.

As for benefiting the Business I think that you have shown exactly what good it is supposed to do in the above.

It is the hierarchy of data management in any growing business. It creates a logical flow of data from its inception into the organization through the management levels. Thus, allowing for proactive business decisions to be made on a consistent basis. The end result is an increase in both corporate flexibility and profitability. It encompasses the process and use of Customer Data Management, CRM, ERP and BI all supported by a robust Service Desk.

Pretty much says it all if you ask me. Though things like this should be included from the inception of either the Company of the IT Section.

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Heard Yes but searching for the answer on how best to kick start

by Nah17 In reply to RE [i]has anyone else eve ...

Any tips on how to go about kicking this off from business effectiveness perspective, not so much on what software to go for.

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