Enterprise Information Stewardship (EIS) reports to MSU IT and the Office of Planning and Budgets. EIS is comprised of Data Warehouse/Data Integration, Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics, Data Stewardship and Data Solutions teams.
EIS plans and organizes activities for MSU’s vision of data managed as an asset and data-driven decision-making. The team also improves links between databases and data stores to make information/data easier to find online and make it easier for analysts and policy makers to quickly access and transform data into the new formats. EIS also evaluates usage of emerging technologies and implements those solutions to give academic and administrative units the capabilities they need to succeed in measuring new analytics.
The Administrative Data Users CAFE (ADUC) group has a shared interest in the creation and use of institutional data and associated information systems. See more on the MSU IT Community page.
Data Stewardship actively manages the university’s data to function as a valued institutional data asset. Achieving the team’s objectives of reliable, useful and secure data of high quality involve the integration of data management principles and best practices into the data life cycle – from creation and collection to archiving and destruction of data..
Data Warehouse/Data Integration
The Data Warehouse/Data Integration team provides solutions to meet the university’s need for data. This includes providing technology and services used in the transporting of data and by providing a central data repository.
Business Intelligence & Analytics
The Business Intelligence and Analytics (BIA) team provides technology and services to promote proactive, data-driven decision making. This includes providing enterprise reporting, analytic and visualization tools as well as predictive analytics and data science services.
The Data Solutions team provides solutions to meet the university’s need for data within the SQL Server environment.