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SAP Master Data Governance on SAP S/4HANA
Create, manage, and distribute global master data without limits

In most companies, the ERP landscape consists of more than just one system. One of the consequences of increasing digitalization is the growing coexistence of systems and applications that each fulfill only partial functions in a process and therefore need to be closely integrated with each other. To ensure that these cross-system and cross-application processes function efficiently, common, harmonized, and globally valid master data is a must. SAP Master Data Governance (MDG) is a professional, internationally valid, standardized framework for creating, maintaining, managing, and distributing all relevant master data, regardless of whether the connected target systems are SAP or non-SAP systems.

SAP Master Data Governance on SAP S/4HANA
Harmonizing, mapping, collaborating, monitoring

GAMBIT develops and implements MDG solutions on SAP S/4HANA that allow companies to start enjoying the benefits of harmonized master data within the shortest possible time. These benefits include:

  • Creation and assurance of global comparability, transparency, and controllability
  • Faster integration of digital and cloud-based systems and applications
  • Use of professional, central SAP enterprise functions such as Central Finance and Controlling

GAMBIT designs SAP Master Data Governance (MDG) with highly efficient mapping architectures that even allow master data that has not yet been harmonized to be compared. In this way, extensive data conversions in existing systems can often be avoided – a valuable innovation when time is a critical factor for deployment.

Comprehensive monitoring functions and integrated, status-managed workflows guarantee company-wide data governance in the long term and ensure that the right data will be available in real time in all connected systems in the future as well.

Master Data Governance:
Global, smart, made by GAMBIT

GAMBIT has developed specific design and implementation programs to identify MDG-relevant data objects, specify necessary harmonization programs, and implement professional mapping, creation, and maintenance processes for master data.