Oracle DRM Analytics Dashboards for DRM Master Data Change Tracking, Growth Analysis, DRG Request Monitoring, DRG Workflow Model Performance, DRM/DRG Participant and User Group Performance.
You enter Kscope with the purpose of learning as much as possible about Oracle technologies and how you can better leverage them in your workplace, however you end up leaving with so much more: great use cases to apply in your projects and also special friends and mentors for years to come!
During International Women’s Day 2018, women from all over the world: Spain, Pakistan, Uganda, Italy, Russia, South Korea, Philippines, Afghanistan, Japan, Argentina, USA, India, Paris, Mexico etc. chose to make their voices heard through marches, rallies, speeches, strikes and celebrations of women’s achievements. When it comes to women’s rights, in the last two years especially, the world has felt the determination, boldness and persistence for change.
Oracle DRM enables organizations to achieve a standardized and centralized management of their metadata for various entities and attributes. However, technology alone is just an enabler, it is not the complete solution for the master data management needs of an enterprise. The missing parts of the puzzle are the people and the process. That’s where ‘Data Governance’ comes into the picture.
What is DRM? Implementing DRM enables organizations to achieve a standardized and centralized management of their metadata for various entities and attributes (accounts, products etc.). The approach for achieving this standardization involves three essential components: People, Processes, and Technology. In the Data Restless blog we will share tips, tricks and best practices covering Oracle EPM topics, but not only.
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