Delivering Trusted Data for a 360-Degree View: New Strategies for Governance and Master Data Management
Webinar Speaker: David Stodder, Senior Director of Research for BI, TDWI
Nothing can ruin analytics faster than bad data. If users lose trust in the data, they will lose confidence in analytics and be unable to put insights into action. Organizations are facing new challenges with the rising demand of self-service analytics plus users’ growing interest in big and varied data sources. It’s a competitive advantage today for organizations if they can integrate and blend data to gain 360-degree views of customers and other subjects of interest. The tough question is: With democratization, new data, governance requirements, and business pressures to realize value, how do you ensure essential trust in the data?
Join this TDWI Webinar to learn how you can modernize and improve your strategy for delivering trusted, secure, and well-governed data to meet the demands of self-service analytics and business intelligence (BI). Technologies are changing in key areas such as master data management, metadata, and data preparation, making it important for organizations to revitalize their tools, platforms, and practices.
Topics to be covered in this Webinar:
- Why chief data officers (CDOs), CIOs, and other executives and managers need to take a fresh look at trends in demand for data assets with self-service analytics
- How solutions for master data management, metadata management, and governance are changing to support modern, analytics-driven architectures
- The role of technologies such as graph-based search and data management for improving how users can discover linkages and relationships between data assets, people, and processes
- How to improve trust in data and apply best practices for better collaboration and knowledge sharing
Portfolio Offering Manager
IBM Master Data Management
IBM Canada Ltd.
Since joining IBM in 2006, Henk Alblas has been involved with offering management for IBM’s master data management (MDM) products; seeing that portfolio evolve from acquired best-of-breed MDM solutions to the comprehensive industry-leading MDM offering IBM is now delivering. Prior to IBM, Henk had more than two decades of enterprise software experience in various industries (insurance, financial services, retail, and other).