Second Generation Collaborative Data Integration

Webinar Abstract
Collaboration requirements for data integration (DI) projects have intensified greatly in this decade, largely due to the increasing number of DI specialists within organizations, the geographic dispersion of DI teams, and the need for business people to perform stewardship for DI. At a high level, it’s easy to understand how collaborative DI can improve the efficiency and quality of a project. It’s time to move to the next level as new business initiatives drive opportunities for a second generation of collaborative DI.

As data governance moves from planning to implementation, as business intelligence continues to evolve, and as the challenge of "Green" IT spreads throughout the industry, DI will be playing a central role. This presentation discusses best practices, organizational structures, and software tool functions that can help DI professionals adapt to an increasingly collaborative world.

You will learn:

  • Definitions of collaborative data integration and why you should care
  • Trends that are making DI even more collaborative
  • The evolving role of DI in collaborative business intelligence
  • How DI professionals should collaborate with data governance boards
  • DI for Sustainability – The important role DI plays in helping your company go “Green”

Philip Russom, Ph.D.

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