Put the Business Back In Your Data Management Business Case

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Download Looking for ways to be more efficient with your business IT? Trying to make the business case for data investment? Read this Forrester report to learn how to develop a business go-to team that informs your data strategy and frame that strategy as a business success story.

This independent report provides helpful insights to improve your data management model, better engage with stakeholders, and build business strategy into your data management efforts.

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