The detailed aspect of the business model is also an area to consider when scoping DG. DG will often require a change in business processes. A typical example is when master data management (MDM) is implemented. It is often the case that the operators entering data into many applications have also maintained the data area in question. Going from many-item master files to one is a typical example of where day-to-day business processes need to change. The scope of DG needs to make clear mention of this possibility. In addition to the DG scope being dependent on the business model, it can also be dependent on type of content.
Scope of DG
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