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(US and Canada) Todd James, Senior Vice President of Intelligent Automation at Fidelity Investments along with Savio Rodrigues, Vice President of Strategic Clients at Trianz talk about the best practices that go into leading a global shared services organization and strengthening the data an…

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(US & Canada) Infonomics is the theory, study, and discipline of asserting economic significance to information. It provides the framework for businesses to monetize, manage, and measure information as an actual asset. Infonomics endeavors to apply both economic and asset management princ…

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(US & Canada) Adita Karkera, Deputy State Chief Data Officer, Enterprise Database Administration Manager at Arkansas Division of Information Systems together with Chris Knerr, Chief Digital Officer at Syniti talk about data inventory that organizes critical information. Data catalog prov…

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(US and Canada) With traditional business income streams drying up or in long-term jeopardy due to the pandemic-spawned economic crisis, organizations need to identify new sources of value such as from the surfeit of available data. Getting this right is a challenge that CIOs and chief data …

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We live in an ever-evolving global and inter- connected world, fueled by data to help organizations stay relevant, impactful and successful. Data is foundational for meeting the growing information needs to enable decision-making, regulatory reporting, and service delivery. Navigating this evolving landscape, a greater need for organizations is to become more data-informed and data-driven. Competing organizational priorities, limited skilled resources in data disciplines, complex governing structures and myriad other internal and external forces — at right — complicate the journey toward becoming a data-driven and resilient organization

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(US & Canada) Ken Kaufman, Director of BI and Analytics at Worthington Industries together with Rajesh Padmanabhan, Senior Account Manager at Lingaro discusses their achievements utilizing data. They also discuss their Digital Transformation Program and how Data and Analytics are involve…

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In today’s digital economy, enterprises strive to maximize the value of data for improved business performance. Data architecture is a key enabler for an enterprise to become data driven. It is the practice of designing, building and optimizing data-driven systems by incorporating the company’s vision, strategies, business rules, standards, and capabilities to manage the data. While many progressive and proactive organizations have the data architecture capability within the role of chief data officer (CDO) function, there are still some organizations that are yet to take that plunge. This article aims to demonstrate the importance and need for a good data architecture in an enterprise by answering two simple questions. First, what would the business gain from a data architecture? Second, what would a business lose by not having a data architecture?

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On Feb. 12, 2002, former U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld found himself in the West Wing of the White House facing an awkward set of circumstances.

During an intelligence press briefing, he uttered a phrase that resonates with anyone that has ever tried to make sense of a chaotic mess of information.

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(US & Canada) Dr. Henna Karna, Chief Data & Analytics Officer of AXA XL together with Melissa Campbell, Chief Revenue Officer of Tamr discuss data being transversal language. They also talk about the toughest challenges in handling data and digital transformation and the biggest chan…

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(US and Canada) Sarah Trimble-Oliver, CIO at Cincinnati Public Schools, discusses mobile applications, IT working with other departments, cybersecurity, data and analytics, and boosting the student experience using IT. Sarah Trimble Oliver is interviewed by Mike Broering, Area Sales Director…

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(US and Canada) Veda Bawo, Data Governance Director for Raymond James discusses the metrics used to measure success. She also talks about using Excel to provide real data accurately, and describes what lured her to a career in data. Veda Bawo is interviewed by Matthew D'Eramo, Vice President…