Practical Considerations for Shifting to a Shared-Services Model for Reference Data Management
After years of discussion and little action, are we now seeing a shift in attitudes and a gain in traction for the idea of a shared services model for reference data management?
A-Team Group surveyed a dozen market practitioners at financial institutions to understand the benefits and concerns and realities of shared services for data management.
Download our findings to learn:
- The key considerations that will make a utility model work
- What’s different now that is driving traction for shared services
- What the business drivers are (and aren’t) – one of which is quite surprising
- Which data management business areas and functions are most likely to benefit from shared services (and which aren’t)
- The obstacles that still need to be addressed to make it work
- The lessons learned so far
We discuss all these topics in our latest white paper Practical Considerations for Shifting to a Shared Services Model for Reference Data Management, sponsored by iGate, which is delivering a real-world shared services facility in the form of its Data Management Services initiative. Download your free copy now.