The client is one of the leading financial groups in Central and Eastern Europe. He wanted to centralize the data from all the countries belonging to the group in one large and complex Data Warehouse. For this type of Data Warehouse, the client needed a Master Data Management (MDM) solution to facilitate the communication between the countries and the group. The Data Warehouse project started 3 years ago.
Kepler assigned a software Architect, who’s mission was to centralize the database and to ensure that the Master Data Management (MDM) module integrates with the Data Warehouse (DWH) Solution. For this project we worked Agile. Our software Architect worked closely with the client’s team, to meet the project deadline.
Kepler provided knowledge support for RDM/MDM – Master Data Management. We offered consultancy and worked together with the client’s migration team to build a migration strategy, an application roll-out plan and a detailed plan for customer checks.
Our software architect analysed the impact of business requirements, technical requirements and functional capability. Kepler participated to the integration of software application into the MDM Database architecture.
Our software architect also provided Oracle DWH architectural vision, solutions and governance and analysed the impact of business requirements, technical requirements and functional capability delivered in core streams of the program, satellite systems and integration layer. Kepler’s architect was in charge of elaborating the documentation for the developed solutions.
This project was coordinated by a Project Manager, 2 Architects and a Release manager. The team working on the MDM solution was composed of 3 testers, 3 Business Analysts and 7 software developers.
For this project we worked with Oracle DB, XSD, Web Services, WSDL, SOAP and Power Designer. The first release was in 2017.
The main challenge for this project was to integrate Master Data Management (MDM) with the Data Warehouse (DWH) Solution.
The impact of the Kepler consultants' solution lies in the linear transposition of the terms used in the communication between countries and the group.