Enterprise Information Management

Enterprise Information Management

Ulfert Gartz (PA Consulting Group, Germany)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-206-0.ch004
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Although capacity and functionality of information management systems increased remarkably in the last years, the information and knowledge supply in most enterprises is still not sufficient. Using the framework of enterprise information management, organizations are able to align their existing data warehouse, business intelligence, knowledge management, and other information systems to their business processes and requirements. This means a consolidation on one hand and continuous processes to manage change on the other to improve these systems’ sustainability and to decrease costs the same time.

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