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SAS

MDM
MASTER DATA
MANAGEMENT
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SAS MDM

SAS MDM is a merge

Software
Templates
Documentation
Data models,

Helpful to maintain a master entity


database

SAS MDM
The SAS MDM hub is a set of tables and
table relationships that contain entity
information
This hub provides end-users or other
applications with a complete view of an
entity and its relationships with other
entities

SAS MDM Works Like


SAS MDM performs the following functions:
Extracts business information from your
data sources
Validates and standardizes the data
Captures data errors through user-defined
business rules and sequesters the data for
review and correction
Consolidates the information into a single
view of the information available from all
the data sources

Data Profiling

Help us to discover which enterprise


systems contain entity information and the
attributes

SAS MDM COMPONENTS


Managing Entities from the Master Data
Management Tab
Searching Entities
Quick Search
Field Search
Deep Linking to Master Data

SAS MDM Functions


SAS MDM is used for Phased deployment
approach achieving a single view of
customers, products and other important
entities across both traditional and big data
sources.
It will give you a more complete view of
your business and help you gain insight for
smart decisions
Data quality and Data governance to data
visualization

SAS MDM Importance

Day-to-day success,

SAS MDM, you can achieve a single, unified


view of your most important assets to
increase revenue, reduce costs and manage
risk.

SAS MDM Benefits


Start small and build out as necessary for
reduced risk
Understand every aspect of your
organization
Improve customer experience and reduce
costs
Achieve high-quality, consistent data and
pervasive data governance
Foster collaboration between IT and
business
Gain a deeper, more complex view of
relationships

SAS MDM

SAS MDM empowers you to govern


consistent data, achieve a single view of
your business and implement more
effective processes
Embedded data quality
Source system harmonization
Multidomain data model
Integrated data governance
Big data access and integration
Built-in data visualization and reporting
Unified, web-based dashboard

SAS MDM Features


Embedded data quality
SAS MDM is built on data quality technology
to help you standardize and rationalize data
during its life cycle. Processes include:

Data access and integration.


Data profiling.
Address verification, standardization, parsing.
Data matching, linking and householding.
Data rule monitoring.
Improved cross-field matching for easier creation of a
best record
that matches across distinct columns.

Multidomain data model

You can create master data domains for


party (citizen, customer, patient, etc.),
organization, site, supplier, product, asset
or other data elements.
You can also: Identify and centralize key
core reference data.
Grow from batch-oriented maintenance to
real-time application integration through
SOA.

Integrated data
governance

The ability to add, modify and retire entities


and relationships.

Role-based access to attribute content,


allowing only authorized individuals to view
sensitive at tribute content.

Managing metadata that spans data


management and analytics for entities,
attributes and transformations.

MDM

SAS Data Management Console is a browser-based


central management dashboard that enables you to:

Access all role-based MDM interfaces from a


common location.

Experience role-based access to MDM entry points.

Create business rules, data quality procedures and


data definitions from within the same environment

Phased approach to deployment

Get your MDM program up and running


faster with streamlined installation and
deployment.

Common installation standards mean SAS


MDM is compatible with other SAS products,
eliminating installation and interoperability
issues.

Integrated workflow-based data


remediation

Detect data problems early, before they can


cause problems downstream. You can:

Design and publish workflows for governing


MDM stewardship (and other) processes.

Rely on workflows to perform case management


of issues flagged during MDM operations, and
allow for run-time drill-through of tasks
associated with active workflows.

Big data access and integration

Access, integrate and publish data to


sources such as Hadoop (via Apache Hive)
and Impala in addition to numerous
traditional relational database engines.

Source system harmonization and


monitoring

Gain more administrative control over how


source data is prepared and managed prior
to loading data into the hub.

Load and update data from


contributing source systems.

individual

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