Classification Scheme MDM A universal way to classify any thing
Whether naming stars in a solar system or arranging product on retail shelves, everything has its place in a grander scheme of things. Our Classification Scheme MDM provides you with a unified data repository for anything you need to classify.
The data model we developed is based on a criteria and roles management mechanism. The three samples of classification are for:
Learning Domains (based on the Bloom's Taxonomy).
The Classification Scheme MDM was designed so that you can:
Have an unlimited number of types of classification and criteria
Have an unlimited number of types of things and roles between classification criteria and things
Add classification and criteria through an easy-to-use data authoring tool in the MDM system, without any need to modify the data model
Classification Scheme MDM provides you with ready-to-use, Cloud-based materials to jump start governing any classifications you want.
Download Classification Scheme MDM material
Data Steward and Owner guide book (here, PPT, 2 Mb)
What do you provide with Classification Scheme MDM?
A guide that contains the data model (semantic modeling) and information on how to use it.
The predefined and ready-to-use data model implementation.
An actual data set that not only illustrates the solution, but can be used, and expanded upon, for your own Classification Scheme.
How much do the materials cost?
The materials are free. They are yours to use, and adapt, without limitations, under a Creative Commons license, provided by MDM Alliance.
How do I use the data model?
The data model can be used on the leading Cloud-based reference and master data management solution, smartdatagovernance.com. Learn more.
How much does smartdatagovernance.com cost?
You may use smartdatagovernance.com free of charge for thirty days to explore Classification Scheme MDM. You can adapt the data model and learn how to author new data, manage permissions, versions, and more. If you wish to continue using smartdatagovernance.com after the free thirty-day period, you can subscribe to the service. Learn more.