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Knowing where to begin business process modeling can seem impossible – you have a wealth of information spread out in front of you and no clue where to start. 

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Business process management’s role in utilizing knowledge is, in essence, about alignment, making sure you have the key pieces of knowledge from individual employees, departments and operations. This way, businesses can make better decisions with greater context, based on the full picture.

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Getting started with business process modeling is better done sooner rather than later. Especially since business processes modeling is essential to a data strategy.

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‘Knowledge is power’ – a well-known phrase and one that is especially true in the business world. Statistics show that Fortune 500 companies lose $31.5 billion each year by failing to gather and share knowledge effectively. So knowing the best way to undertake every business process you have will help drive your business forward.

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The early stages of adopting a data strategy often involve an ad-hoc approach to data management. Rather than invest in a suite of new tools, businesses tend to make do with what they have already, starting small and eventually formalizing the approach. In many cases, this could be the best approach – or at least...

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In the modern world, data education is immensely important. Data has become a fundamental part of how businesses operate. It’s also essential to consumers in going about their day-to-day lives. And while organizations and consumers alike go about their business, data constantly ticks in the background, enabling the systems and processes that keep the world...

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Mar
21
2017

Business process modeling is becoming progressively more relevant. Everyday businesses aspire to make organizational changes that will boost their firms and drive them forward. However to make a change that will really make a difference, you need to have a clear understanding as to what your business currently does – in every area. As companies...

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 The NoSQL database is gaining huge traction and for good reason. Traditionally, most organizations have leveraged relational databases to manage their data. Relational databases ensure the referential integrity, constraints, normalization and structured access for data across disparate tools, which is why they’re so widely used. But as with any technology, evolving trends and requirements eventually...

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The data vault method for modeling the data warehouse was born of necessity. Data warehouse projects classically have to contend with long implementation times. This means that business requirements are more likely to change in the course of the project, jeopardizing the achievement of target implementation times and costs for the project. To improve implementation...

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Over the past few weeks we’ve been exploring aspects related to the new EU data protection law (GDPR) which will come into effect in 2018.

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