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The era of ubiquitous technology has led to a new challenge - managing ubiquitous information. We now find that almost every organisation has a major challenge with managing their data:

  • Data quality is at the core of regulatory and customer pressures
  • Many system failures are largely data, not technology-driven and can only be mitigated by data rectification
  • Better business intelligence is at the core almost every major business recommendation
  • Data Warehousing is now mainstream, not an afterthought, and is at the core of data convergence strategies
  • A successful approach to IT Transformation is data-dependent

The MIKE2.0 Methodology has been built to support our belief that information really is one of the most crucial assets of a business. We believe meaningful, cost-effective Business and Technology processes can only be achieved with a successful approach for managing information Management that we call Information Development. As a starting point to understanding MIKE2.0 you may want to review the following:

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