Why Join ECCMA

/Why Join ECCMA
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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. ECCMA is the original developer of the UNSPSC, the project leader for ISO 22745 (open technical dictionaries and their application to the exchange of characteristic data) and ISO 8000 (information and data quality), as well as, the administrator of US TAG to ISO TC 184 (Automation systems and integration), TC 184 SC4 (Industrial data) and TC 184 SC5 (Interoperability, integration, and architectures for enterprise systems and automation applications) and the international secretariat for ISO TC 184/SC5.

ECCMA manages registries and assigns public domain 0161-1 identifiers

  • ECCMA Open Technical Dictionary (eOTD®) for Concepts and their associated terminology
  • ECCMA Data Requirement Registry (eDRR™) for Data Requirements
  • ECCMA Global Organization Registry (eGOR™) for Organizations
  • ECCMA Rendering Guide registry (eRGR™) for description rules (under development)

ECCMA certifies compliance with ISO 8000

  • ECCMA certified ISO 8000 Quality Master Data (Record)
  • ECCMA certified ISO 8000 Master Data Quality Manager (Individual)
  • ECCMA certified ISO 8000 Quality Data Provider (Organization)
  • ECCMA certified ISO 8000 Master Data Service Provider (Organization)
  • ECCMA certified ISO 8000 Master Data Quality Software (Application)

ECCMA provides training and implementation support

  • ISO 8000 Master Data Quality Manager certification workshop
  • ISO 8000 and ISO 22745 implementation support
  • Annual Data Quality Solutions Summit (October)
  • ECCMA Corporate Dictionary Manager (eCDM™)
  • Industry Content Standardization Councils

ECCMA provides consulting and research resources for

  • Data governance strategy studies
  • ISO 8000 data quality evaluations
  • Data cleansing project scoping studies (Appendix 1)
  • Development and maintenance of dictionaries, classifications, data requirements and description rules