Enterprise Information Management: Definition, Scope, and History

Enterprise information management (EIM) is a field of interest specific to the business intelligence and enterprise data warehousing area. It is a field that specializes in finding the optimum use of information assets of an enterprise (both structured and unstructured) to support the decision-making processes as well as managing the performance of an enterprise.

In this chapter, I cover the definition and scope of EIM, including those elements that go into defining an EIM strategy, such as business intelligence strategy, information governance strategy, and others. Also ...

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