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It is part of the Triniti multi-domain MDM Suite. A Data quality dashboard should be an essential part of any MDM program.
The dashboard allows the user to view data metrics and their historical trends and monitor data quality on a continuous basis.
This enables users and stewards to address the root cause for poor data quality and measure the effectiveness of the MDM program.
Items, BOMs, Routing, customer, supplier are examples master data elements,
Sales Orders, Forecast, Demantra signals are examples of Demand data elements
Requisitions, purchase orders, Work in Process, Inventory are examples Supply data elements
Lead times, capacity, Yield, Firm Supplies, Planning Time Fence, Demand Time Fence, Calendar, Resource Shifts, Simulation Sets, Profile options, Planning Buckets are examples of planning factor data elements.
Orphan accounts are an example financial data element.
They are categorized under vertical dimensions Timely, reliable, accurate and complete.
The reliability dimension is calculated automatically based on the other three vertical dimensions. This dimension reflects the trust that the users should have on the quality of the data.
This page shows up the list of all data Quality indicators orDQIs configured under different horizontal and vertical dimensions. Triniti DQD comes embedded with more than 300 DQIs.
You can add your own DQI.
Alerts can also be configured for the DQIs and add routed to a contact person.
Alerts are sent by email.
You can drill down to all the errors that contribute to poor data quality.
Historical trends are displayed with graphs.
Triniti DQD is an essential part of the Triniti MDM suite and ensures that you maximize benefits of both MDM and ERP investments.