Master Data Management Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
GaryM says in a Microsoft MDS review
Data Architect at a non-profit with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Ease of use * Excel interface * Simplicity * Soft delete support * Sophistication of business rules * Price (FREE for sql server enterprise license) * Hierarchy management * Security integration with AD * Very fine grained security * Easy to build (and extendable) business rules * Automatic Notification * Versioning * Integrated boolean business rules * Change detection * Integrated workflow * Staging support * Publication support * Ability to propagate from one repository to another * Ability to share reference data across models * Integrates as a web part * Flexibility * Includes both batch staging process and Excel data loading * Unused area of hierarchies to easily identify members not assigned View full review »
BertrandOuattara says in an Orchestra Networks EBX review
Consultant BI-EPM at DVC
The program is very user-friendly and the .com order is easy to design. View full review »
reviewer1153395 says in a Microsoft MDS review
Decision Consultant at a consultancy with 1-10 employees
The most valuable feature is the administration console. You can import data from Excel. View full review »
Lourens Janse Van Rensburg says in an Orchestra Networks EBX review
Snr MDM Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The API and the data model are very valuable features. View full review »
Farouk Dawood says in an IBM InfoSphere MDM review
Senior Manager Data Architecture at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The features that are most valuable are the governance, the end-profiling, and the ETL which allows you to see the metadata repositories. View full review »
Archidata67 says in a Microsoft MDS review
Data Architect at a government with 10,001+ employees
The dynamic data masking, the row-level security, and the data quality business rules are the most valuable features of the solution. View full review »
reviewer1021770 says in an Orchestra Networks EBX review
Technical Lead at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Deployment is super quick. * Turnaround time is great. * Supports 360-degree MDM view * Great out-of-the-box configurable access permissions. View full review »
Pankaj Chanda says in an Informatica MDM review
Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* NPI * Security * Governance * Risk management. View full review »
Hariprasad Sharma says in an Informatica MDM review
Product Owner - Data Management at Maersk
It gives you accountability to centralize your data and have it available to different applications. Its not limited up to specific platform, SAP for example is quite rigid in connecting outside SAP, and within SAP it is fantastic. View full review »
Dhaval Mehta says in an Informatica MDM review
Master Data Analyst at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
It is good for centralized data. View full review »
Kanchan Gobari says in an Informatica MDM review
Assistant Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Address Doctor. This is the best feature to gives an accurate combination of the information provided with a level of returned threshold value. View full review »
Lead Consultant at Applied Governance
What makes DRM valuable to a Company? Well, Its Agnostic! That right, sure it has some direct integrations with some specific EPM tools, which are super sweet, but it can write directly to a Database table, File, or even XML. Imagine a life where all your hierarchy/metadata information is can be accessed and maintained in one central location. Wouldn't that be great! Automation is handled by a very simple batch script, which if variables are done properly are super flexible and will reduce maintenance. The ability to customized properties in DRM help went adding new member to the hierarchy. Lets say you have an organizational hierarchy and you get a new employee. Just think of some of the things that you could Dictate about that employee biased on what his manager is? Have you thought about all the manual things that you are going to have to define about him or her? What if I told you that you could create properties that when you add an employee it would tag that said employee with all of that information. Now this is a interesting example of how DRM can work, but its not limited to your employees. Think about your down stream applications. Do those applications have a hierarchy? Yes View full review »
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