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MDM: The what, why, and how.

Master data management, or MDM, is identified as data composed of objects that provide the foundation for most business transactions. The data in an MDM stays fairly static with incremental changes over time. Data in your MDM should not be transactional but instead should describe the transaction. Gartner defines master data as the consistent and…
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A Guide to a Successful Salesforce Data Migration

A data migration project is no easy feat and carries its own fair share of pitfalls and obstacles that you’ll need to overcome. Big or small, a poorly executed data migration can have far-reaching repercussions beyond its launch date and affect the day-to-day operations of your business. Data migration is a topic that we could talk about for hours and still barely scratch the surface, so I have contained…
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Excel In a Work From Home Lifestyle

In the world of a work-from-home employee, managing your personal life with work productivity can become a delicate balance. Remote working has seen a rise in popularity at many companies as technologies and processes move to the cloud. This lifestyle has taken an even greater hold as the novel COVID-19 virus has evolved into a…
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KPI Driven – What Gets Measured, Gets Done!

Perhaps you’ve heard the term “KPI” and have wondered what it means. A KPI, or Key Performance Indicator, is a critical outcome-based indicator that measures or tracks progress in order to meet a goal or objective. A single KPI is made up of the following attributes defined using the SMART criteria. We will go one…
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CCPA…Is your business ready?

On January 1, 2020 the State of California put into effect perhaps one of the biggest data protection laws we’ve seen thus far in the U.S. The CCPA, or the California Consumer Privacy Act, applies specifically to for-profit business both inside and outside the State. What does this mean for consumers and businesses?