Introducing the Application Data Management Blog Series

By Vikram Chalana on Mar 8, 2017

Many enterprises today are starting to treat their data as strategic asset. Both business and information technology (IT) professionals are wrestling with how to deal with seismic disruptions that are caused by three fundamental forces: digital transformation, ever-increasing quantities of data, and real-time analytics. Before your enterprise can exploit these technology shifts, it’s imperative that you maintain high quality and timely data in your most important system of record — your enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.

This blog series will introduce application data management (ADM) as a framework to assist you in this process. ADM is a discipline — processes and set of technologies that empower you to improve the quality and timeliness of data in your ERP system. When the quality of data has improved and the processes that feed your ERP system are better managed, your company will start to reap the benefits of data as a strategic asset. These benefits include:

  • Participating more productively and efficiently in digital businesses
  • Reducing business cycle times
  • Enjoying greater confidence in ERP data for use in big-data and real-time analytics
  • Empowering your business teams

If you’re an IT or data management leader or practitioner in a company that uses an ERP system like SAP, these blogs will help you learn how to leverage the ADM framework to better manage data in your organization, and utilize data as a strategic asset.

About the author

Vikram Chalana

As Winshuttle's Chief Technology Officer, and Co-Founder, Vikram has been focused on empowering people to transform their ERP-based businesses since Winshuttle's humble beginnings. He is passionate about technology that allows people to improve their lives and the way they run their businesses. Outside of work Vikram likes to spend time outdoors running, hiking, kayaking, and skiing.

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