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Curing the Data Integration Migraine

Source: Exeros
The potential value of centralized data integration is enormous. Once implemented, integration systems promise to deliver more accurate and higher quality data. However, for those who venture into the world of implementation, the promise rarely matches the reality. Avoiding the “data integration migraine” requires careful planning to reduce the risks associated with data relationship, transformation, and map discovery.


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