Geek Sync Webcast : ER/Studio Data Architect
Geek Sync | Does Data Modeling Have Business Value?
Presenter: Joy Ruff
The business value of data modeling lies in its ability to improve communication, enhance data quality, streamline development processes, and support decision-making:
- Improve communication: Data modeling provides a visual representation of data structures and relationships, facilitating better understanding and communication among stakeholders, including developers, business analysts, and data architects.
- Enhance data quality: The data modeling process establishes rules for monitoring data quality and identifies any redundancies or omissions, leading to more accurate and reliable data.
- Streamline development processes: Data modeling speeds up the work of developers and other team members by explaining what needs to be delivered, reducing the time and effort required for development.
- Support decision-making: Data models can help organizations make informed decisions by explaining their data landscape, enabling them to identify patterns, trends, and relationships in the data.
Data modeling is an essential component of enterprise architecture that is often overlooked or underestimated in importance. Whether dealing with a single database or a combination of multiple platforms in a complex environment, data modeling provides meaning and value to the business and can serve as the foundation for a data governance or master data management initiative.
Join IDERA and Joy Ruff to learn why data modeling matters for building your enterprise architecture.
About the Presenter:
Joy was the product marketing manager for ER/Studio, IDERA’s flagship data modeling and architecture platform, plus several database management and security products. With nearly 25 years of experience in high-tech hardware and software, Joy enjoys communicating product value to customers.
Topics : Data Modeling,
Products : ER/Studio Data Architect,