By Steve Davis
May 15th, 2017
Data Governance continues to be a big topic. Regardless of the company size, at some point, a growing organization decides to implement workflow in order to capture the changes that you need to make to the master data. This is where Oracle Data Relationship Governance (DRG) comes in.DRG provides essential change management and data quality remediation workflows, capturing business changes and applying them with consistency and accuracy across transactional and analytical system silos.
To discover more about DRG, check out this recorded webcast, DRG – Creating Workflows in DRM (Part of TopDown’s Kscope17 Encore Series), and discover how to create collaborative workflows in DRG. The session will include real-world examples as well as tips, tricks, and best practices for working collaboratively with DRG to make sure all users have the necessary change management and data quality remediation workflows to do effectively do their jobs. Specifically—
- Create models and tasks
- Build workflow objects
- Auto number your new accounts and create validations on the workflow
- Assign security to the users and to the hierarchies
- Separate duties and do conditional workflows
- Filter Nodes
- And more…
NOTE: Attendees should have a good understanding of DRM. They should understand what workflow is and how it is used.
Want to find out more? Check out this recorded webcast, DRG – Creating Workflows in DRM.
TopDown’s experts presented all of their Kscope17 during our Kscope17 Encore Series. We covered the gamut of topics. You can find all the recordings here.
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