User-Friendly Interfaces for Business and IT with DRM
Oracle Data Relationship Management (DRM) is a platform for managing the many changes to critical enterprise data that often require human judgment. This platform saves organizations the time and resources dedicated to reconciling discrepancies by streamlining manual, error-prone and uncoordinated change events.
Oracle Data Relationship Management unifies cross-functional perspectives to a master record while enabling business users to contribute to the process of managing complex master data by constructing alternate departmental views of the data that are consistent and accurate. The product also enables IT administrators to ensure data integrity and security by keeping data management processes consistent with company policies. IT can codify business rules and configure validations to ensure that users do not compromise the integrity of enterprise master data as they reconcile their departmental perspectives within a common platform
Human Workflow to Foster Governance through Collaboration
Oracle Data Relationship Governance offers a configuration-based approach to deploy collaborative workflows to automate change management and data remediation processes.Front line business users can submit change request approval workflows to subject matter experts for enrichment and line of business approvers for authorization prior to committing changes into production versions of master data. Similarly, data stewards can assign tasks to members of their work group to synchronize hierarchy changes, correct, complete or enrich master data attributes to raise the consistency, quality and correctness of the entire master data repository.
Request services are also exposed to help organizations integrate Oracle Data Relationship Management (DRM) with their choice of business process management (BPM) or workflow engines to enable collaborative management of master data in an enterprise-class BPM tool. Oracle BPEL Process Manager and a workflow development kit containing blueprints of critical change management and integration processes are included to accelerate collaboration through human workflows as an alternative.