Eliminate data chaos and ambiguity
Build a strong data governance foundation with Deloitte’s system of record framework.
There’s no way around it: doing business today involves data—a lot of data.
After several years of exploring this new data-rich environment, your business may be feeling overwhelmed. You’ve stepped tentatively (or even boldly!) into this new world where it’s possible to know just about everything about everything. You’ve introduced new processes and systems across multiple layers of your business, but now you find yourself with a multitude of data sources that, unfortunately, create overlap and ambiguity at every turn.
How can you confidently make use of all this data when it’s not clear which records to use, who owns them, what they’re called, and where they come from?
There’s hope. And it doesn’t involve rebuilding your disparate systems from scratch (thank goodness).
What’s often missing is a formal system of data governance framework: a set of principles and practices that govern how your organization manages its underlying data. Some organizations establish a governance program but miss building a solid data framework as its foundation. To truly become a data-governance organization, you need to have a really good grasp on your data: what you collect, where it comes from, and what each piece of data is called.
A critical first step: defining systems of record
Deloitte has developed a simple yet comprehensive method to bring clarity to your entire data environment: the system of record (SOR) framework.
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Director, Omnia AI
Senior Manager and co-author, Omnia AI
Manager and co-author, Omnia AI