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Data Governance as the Enabler of the Data Economy

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Data governance beyond compliance sees data as a strategicasset. It breaks the silos of data present at differentstages of the business process and in different businessunits while also making high-quality data available to allbusiness processes and all business units according totheir current and future needs and requirements.

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Engels, B. Data Governance as the Enabler of the Data Economy. Intereconomics 54, 216–222 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10272-019-0827-y

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