Data parsing, standardization, matching, and de-duplication are the cornerstones of successful Master Data Management (MDM). They are also critical parts of successful data quality programs, and are key steps in building data warehouses as well as any data integration and consolidation initiatives. You could say that today few organizations can function effectively without implementing data parsing and matching processes often in many data domains.
This need is further magnified if your company has gone global and plans to create databases that combine name- and address-related data from all corners of the world. Managing global information effectively takes specialist knowledge and the ability to show consideration for the differences that exist throughout the world. Worldwide there are more than 10,000 languages, 130 address formats, 36 personal and hundreds of business name formats. All of these variables are further complicated by the need to respect national and regional cultures. Failure to consider formats, styles, and cultures has huge impact on quality of data and quality of business relationships.
This online training course is aimed at data quality and master data management (MDM) professionals as well as those responsible to work with global information. The field is broad and the details are many. The purpose of this course is to provide a broad and in-depth review of data parsing, standardization, matching, and de-duplication techniques, as well as extensive overview of specific problems and solutions when dealing with global data.
You will learn:
This course is geared towards:
- Data parsing, standardization, matching, and de-duplication techniques
- How to find and use external reference data
- How data parsing and matching contribute to improving data quality, MDM, and data warehousing
- Which data domains, entities and data elements may benefit from data parsing and matching
- Challenges of global data and ways to overcome these challenges
- master data management professionals
- data quality professionals
- information architects
- developers of data warehousing systems
- business professionals who work with global data