Co-innovation enables disruptive master data management applications to be experienced
Mannheim, January 20, 2018 – Consulting specialist CAMELOT Management Consultants today announced the launch of the “Global Community for Artificial Intelligence in Master Data Management.” The initiative gives companies the opportunity to get involved with the realization of initial flagship projects for the use of artificial intelligence in master data management. It is an open community that connects leading MDM and AI proponents from research and practice, thereby promoting discussion and the targeted transfer of knowledge.
Members of the community benefit from the latest innovations and research results, keynote speeches, application cases, and how-to guides for artificial intelligence in master data management. In regular Design Thinking workshops taking place around the world, new ideas and use cases will also be developed continuously through joint innovation.
Henrik Baumeier, partner at CAMELOT and the initiator of the community, explains: “Companies often feel lost when it comes to disruptive technologies like AI and their use in data management. Our innovation community is intended to serve as a platform that illuminates and allows joint work on the vision of AI in MDM.”
The far-reaching implications of artificial intelligence for data management are shown by the CAMELOT study “Shaping the Future of Enterprise Information Management,” for which around 60 managers from 37 companies and 11 industries were surveyed. Its use makes many things possible, such as the identification of duplicate data and ensuring high data quality – both of which are recurring problems in business. AI in conjunction with digital voice can serve as a personal concierge that assists end users in all aspects of data maintenance. Data can thus be properly maintained from the outset. In addition, AI provides the ability to enhance data in a context-specific way.
Inquiries with respect to participation in the community are accepted at www.ai-mdm.com.