After many years of experience addressing data issues in large organizations, we have learned that:
- Typical solutions that attempt to consolidate data, such as MDM or data warehouses, are expensive, risky, and often fail to solve the underlying problem.
- Information governance needs to understand the underlying information governance architecture of the organization in order to be effective.
- Information governance requires software tools to capture the inter-relationships of the underlying metadata and architecture of the organization.
- Without an effective reconciliation control framework®, data and information governance policies and procedures operate in a vacuum without measurable benefits. And, therefore, in the long run, data and information governance in this form becomes unsustainable.
To address the problem, MetaGovernance was formed to provide a new approach to information governance.
Our objective is to help our clients effectively manage, optimize, harness and leverage their information assets in a cost effective manner.