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SAP MDG (Master Data Governance) comprises of applications to govern master data for Line of Business Processes. Used to create, maintain, and replicate master data across domains; aligned with business processes and business rules across Lines of Business (built on ECC for native SAP Business Suite integration); replication to SAP and non-SAP systems.
SAP Master Data Governance (SAP MDG) offers governance applications for selected master data domains, all tailored for centralized data maintenance. The applications allow for managing of master data that is ready to use within SAP environments, but also beyond. SAP Business Suite 7 Innovations 2011 ships enhancements for SAP MDG for financials, supplier and material master data, and introduces the new SAP MDG application for customer master data. It also provides improvements for the MDG Application Foundation that allows for extending the standard content or building governance processes for your self-defined objects.
SAP Master Data Governance
SAP Master Data Governance is a family of process-centric applications that provide centralized governance for selected master data domains based on SAP's standard data models. The applications come with a native integration with the SAP Business Suite, using existing business logic and customer-specific configuration for validation of master data while it is being created. SAP MDG integrates with SAP Business Objects Data Services (DS) for data quality and enrichment. It uses the data quality engine in DS to inform the user about duplicate data sets and uses DS's rich address enrichment features to support users in entering correct addresses for their business partners.
SAP MDG allows designing workflows for the central master data creation or maintenance process. These workflows will typically involve multiple people adding their expertise to complex master data – like one person editing a material's classification information and another one adding units of measurement and their conversions. The workflows also include workflow steps for approval of the changed data. Until the approval, inactive data is kept in a so called staging area, separate from productive master data, and only after approval it will be posted to the master data tables in the SAP system and distributed to systems that subscribed to these master data changes. Through this, SAP MDG delivers consistent definition, authorization and replication to corporate systems, like SAP Business Suite and non-SAP systems. Through tracking all changes and approvals, SAP MDG supports compliance and a complete audit trail.
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