Most projects have some attributes that you consider to be key for success. Archiving projects have some unique characteristics compared with traditional ERP projects.
Identify Measurable Benefits
- Consider Business Risks such as litigation along with technical benefits.
- Estimate gains in back-up and recovery times and improvements and decrease in risk.
- Evaluate cost saving by moving older data less expensive hardware.
- Are there data continuity issues today?
- Will the removal of older data resolve or improve integrity issues?
- Do standard Integrity Reports run without issue?
- Have multiple data conversions taken place over time?
- Think about transactions and not just the largest tables
- Procure to Pay
- Order to Cash
- For example, Invoices should not be archived without considering the status of a Sales Order
- Create virtual bank boxes of data today that may be easily disposed of in the future
- Can some of the data be purged directly today?
- Allow users to access the data via the native platform, such as JDE
- Keep archived data in the same format as production for easier use by native and third party reports
Evaluate Baseline Data Integrity
Think about data in Business Terms:
Consider current and future purging requirments
Make the data easily accessable
Essentio professionals, together with our industry-leading Archivist™ solution, provide tailored data management solutions that improve system performance, enhance risk management and disaster recovery, and help achieve and maintain compliance.
We work with you to understand your business requirements and integrate them into the archiving rules to make data management as effective as possible. We achieve cost-effective best practices for JD Edwards® Enterprise solutions that ensure fast, seamless integration, full system integrity, and effective enterprise data management.