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Quellen & Referenzen zu Master Data Management
 

Loshin, D. 2009. Master Data Management, Morgan Kaufmann.

Knolmayer, G. F. und Röthlin, M. 2006. “Quality of Material Master Data and Its Effect on the Usefulness of Distributed ERP Systems,” in Advances in Conceptual Modeling - Theory and Practice: Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4321, S. 362–371.

Dreibelbis, A., Hechler, E., Milman, I., Oberhofer, M., Run, P. van und Wolfson, D. 2008. Enterprise Master Data Management: An SOA Approach to Managing Core Information.

Otto, B. und Reichert, A. 2010. “Organizing master data management,” in Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing - SAC ’10, New York, New York, USA: ACM Press, S. 106.

Scheuch, R., Gansor, T. und Ziller, C. 2012. Master Data Management: Strategie, Organisation, Architektur, dpunkt.verlag. 

Baghi, E., Schlosser, S., Ebner, V., Otto, B. und Oesterle, H. 2014. “Toward a Decision Model for Master Data Application Architecture,” 2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), S. 3827–3836.

Smith, H. und McKeen, J. 2008. “Master Data Management: Salvation Or Snake Oil?,” Communications of the Association for Information Systems (23:1).

Cleven, A. und Wortmann, F. 2010. “Uncovering Four Strategies to Approach Master Data Management,” 2010 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, S. 1–10.