Many corporate data ecosystems are based on a vision that is 20 years out of date. A successful data strategy isn’t just about data management, naming standards, or governance methods. It must support the goals and the execution details for ensuring the effective adoption and use of data assets. Our methods and tactics for managing and processing data must expand to support data outside the company’s four walls. Business decisions require access to data inside and outside of the organization: cloud application platforms, social media feeds, third-party data providers, and business partner systems. If data is truly a corporate asset, it needs to be accessible and usable by anyone in the company.
In this three-day seminar, Evan Levy discusses the details and reviews the activities that go into building a comprehensive data strategy and how to put this strategy into action to build a modern data ecosystem that transforms data into insights across the enterprise.