ECCMA is a not-for-profit International Association of Master Data Quality Managers set up in 1999, to develop and maintain open solutions for Faster - Better - Cheaper access to authoritative master data. To Learn More
The International Association for Information & Data Quality and the Electronic Commerce Code Management Association are excited to present our first co-hosted
International Data Quality Summit
October 6-9, 2014
The 2014 IDQSummit is the premier international event for exchanging data quality and data governance solutions, offering professional development and networking opportunities, along with new cutting-edge tutorials, presentations and keynotes from a variety of highly experienced speakers.
The IDQSummit is an excellent opportunity to tap into worldwide expertise in Information & Data Quality, Data Governance, Metadata, Data Analytics and much more!
The ECCMA Open Technical Dictionary (eOTD) is an open public registry with over 1 million terms and definitions from international and national standards, as well as, from industry associations. It resembles any other dictionary with the addition of public domain concept and terminology identifiers. The eOTD also provides a public registry of localizations based on the language as spoken in a specific region. Companies map their corporate dictionary to the eOTD to lower the cost of maintaining their dictionary and to improve internal/external data integration.
The ECCMA Corporate Dictionary Manager (eCDM) is a recently added tool that provides members with access to an open source cloud application to create and manage their corporate dictionaries as a subset of the eOTD. For a limited time, ECCMA is offering a 30-day FREE trial of the eCDM whether you're a member or a non-member. Register today!
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