ECCMA is a not-for-profit International Association of Master Data Quality Managers set up in 1999, to develop and maintain open solutions for Faster – Better – Cheaper access to authoritative master data.
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ISO TC 184/ SC 4 Meeting 2016 is being held in Seattle, WA from October 2-7, 2016. Event details
ECCMA Master Data Cataloging & Validation Tool
As companies are embarking on their master data improvement efforts, there is frequently a need for an intracompany consolidated material and service catalog to help improve visibility across multiple, disparate and disconnected ERP systems. Simple, improved visibility and search combined with the ability for requisitioners and procurement staff to use web based cataloging to quickly create standardized purchase order descriptions and classifications is often all that is needed to start realizing supply chain cost efficiency in preparation for a larger and more comprehensive MDM software initiative.
The ECCMA Data Cleansing Project Scoping Study is designed to provide ECCMA members with an independent and authoritative assessment of the quality of their data prior to contracting for data cleansing services. The objective is to define the quantity and quality of the source data and provide a framework for measuring the quality of the data to be delivered by the contractor. The ECCMA Scoping Study helps companies focus on those items which matter most, saving precious time and money in the MDM improvement efforts.