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Moving towards Active Metadata Management for Data & Analytics Leaders

Moving towards Active Metadata Management for Data & Analytics Leaders

For data-driven organizations, the journey of moving from little to passive to active metadata management offers many rewards but can be challenging to determine how best to pursue. According to Gartner®, “Data and analytics leaders can use this maturity model to guide their organizations towards augmented data management utilizing advanced metadata techniques that increase efficiency while lowering design, development, deployment and maintenance costs.”

Gartner forecasts, “Starting in mid-2021 to 2028 and beyond, metadata management will finally begin demonstrating consistent value through emergent and improved tools and platforms. Organizations will also realize new strategic value that will become invaluable for combining data integration, quality, governance, mastering, and even database designs.” But how can data and analytics leaders assess their organization’s current state of metadata management and develop a strategy to evolve and align with the opportunity ahead?

Download Leverage the Metadata Management Maturity Model to Support Augmented Data Management, a Gartner® analyst report, and learn the six stages of metadata management technology maturity you can use to assess your organization’s current use of metadata. Review Gartner predictions of how metadata management approaches will shift over time and recommendations that can help you develop a strategy that will help you guide your organization forward.

Learn more about the metadata management capabilities of erwin Data Intelligence by Quest here or request a demo.

Gartner, Leverage the Metadata Management Maturity Model to Support Augmented Data Management, Mark Beyer, Guido De Simoni, Melody Chien, Alan Dayley, Ankush Jain, Nina Showell, 1 November 2021

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Moving towards Active Metadata Management for Data & Analytics Leaders