How to Succeed in 2019 as a Data-Driven Company: MDM and Data Quality
Companies of all sizes going through a digital transformation are relying on a foundation of accurate, complete, and relevant data. With trusted data, they fuel a number of powerful initiatives including customer experience, operational efficiency, and advanced analytics. But, errors in data exist. And when most companies start looking into their data, they realize the data problems are worse than they thought.
They look to improve the quality of their data but navigating the options for trusted data solutions can be daunting. In this webinar, Prash Chandramohan and Monica Mullen of Informatica will focus on the outlining the difference between Master Data Management and Data Quality.
If you’re trying to build a foundation of trusted data to fuel your digital transformation and want to better understand the tools and their purpose, register for this webinar today to learn more. We’ll share how a trusted source of clean, relevant, and complete data can help you succeed in 2019 as a data-driven company.
RecordedMar 20 201969 mins
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Informatica's Bryan Weinman, Business Development Executive and Jennifer McGinn, Director Product Marketing
Marketers need a customer intelligence system that will help them:
•Drive customer engagement, customer loyalty, and advocacy
•Differentiate from the competition on the ability to understand the customer better
Informatica Customer 360 Insights enables marketers to connect fragmented customer data and create a contextual 360 view to power digital and marketing transformation initiatives.
Juan Tello, CDO Deloitte LLP and Juan Riojas, CDO Informatica
Data is no longer an advantage; everyone has it. But how you harness data to power your business can give your organization a competitive edge. The CDO is a critical enabler among the leadership team, providing the executive ownership needed to enhance decision making, improve operational efficiency, and empower innovation.
As part of the 'Re-imagining Data Governance - The Key to Privacy by Design' Series
Recent announcements from the Information Commissioners Office are a crystal clear indicator that any “Honeymoon Period” around GDPR fines and enforcement is clearly over. There is now clear intent to enforce significant penalties when customer data is found to have been compromised. This webinar will look at how you can quickly remove customer data completely from vulnerable Testing and Development systems, and thereby remove any associated concerns associated with breach risk when this data is shared with business partners, or moved offshore. We will also look at how production applications can implement a second tier of security around sensitive customer data, and strictly limit who in the user community is given visibility.
These approaches to securing and limiting access to Customer Data should be key elements within your overall GDPR Privacy By Design strategy, and in this webinar we will revisit how effective Data Governance holds the key to business freedom. Enabling stakeholders to focus on their operational objectives, confident in the knowledge that critical compliance requirements are imbedded in their core business data flows and architecture.
Data needs to be a business asset, from the board of directors on down, and the team at KPN took this message to heart. In order to ensure that they could create a valuable experience for their customers, they needed to know what data they had, who was responsible for it, and if it was high quality. Without completing these basic steps they couldn’t consider their data to be valuable. During this informative webinar, the team from KPN will share how they have put data in control in order to:
• Comply with regulations
• Drive faster innovations
• Optimize operations
Together with Informatica’s Intelligent Data Governance products, KPN has been able to design a solution that is purposefully built for their team members, captures the right data and information, and can scale across their enterprise through automation.
Join us to learn how their Intelligent Data Governance solution is:
Nathan Turajski , Data Governance & Privacy, Informatica
As home to Silicon Valley high tech and the global media capital in Hollywood, California helps lead innovation as the world’s fifth-largest economy. But the state’s citizens also have personal data at risk as they adopt Internet of Things (IoT) devices and share their personal and household information online. As a result, California has also become an innovator in legislation designed to protect personal information privacy, from the early days of SB 1386 for breach notification to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) taking effect in just a few short months from now. Are you prepared to do business with California citizens after January 1, 2020?
Join Nathan Turajski, Sr. Director, Data Privacy and Protection, as he reviews the CCPA, where you will learn:
- How privacy regulation is evolving beyond GDPR and prior mandates
- How a Data Privacy Governance Framework can help reduce risk
- How keeping data safe for business helps accelerate next-generation analytics, cloud migration, customer 360 insights, and more
Informatica's Michael Anderson, Federal Chief Strategist & Michael Tomechak, Big Data Domain Expert
Policy mandates and initiatives such as the Federal Data Strategy are moving agencies to become better stewards of data. But how can you deliver on mission outcomes with data? Building a Federal Data Strategy can never be a “one and done” initiative. Instead, it’s a process that continually evolves as your Agency’s goals and challenges change.
Donal Dunne, Product Marketing Sean O’Shea, Product Management
Data in the cloud (and in hybrid cloud/on-premises environments) needs to be just as trusted, governed, and fit-for-purpose as data inside your data center. By inserting data quality into your cloud initiatives, you build trust in your Cloud Data Warehouses, Data Lakes, and SaaS applications, boost adoption and alignment with business needs. Quality data drives business outcomes such as deeper customer engagement, improved cross and upsell activities, better customer segmentation, increased marketing effectiveness, and sales team productivity.
In this webinar, our team of Informatica quality experts will share how Informatica Cloud Data Quality’s intelligent self-service approach enables you to cleanse, standardize, and enrich all data—using an extensive set of prebuilt data quality rules that accelerates cloud benefits through faster migrations and gain more trusted insights from Cloud Data Warehouses, Data Lakes, and SaaS applications
To get the most value from your data, you need to maintain a robust, stable production environment. Informatica Big Data Management (BDM) has been enhanced to help you do that with integrated DevOps and DataOps.
Join our complimentary webinar, "Operationalize Big Data Management With Integrated DevOps and DataOps," to learn more about what's new in BDM. You will learn about:
- Leveraging version control systems like Git
- Invoking Informatica BDM processes from open source technologies like Jenkins
- Using concurrency, stability, and other operationalization enhancements
Ravi Ginjupalli - Kelly Services, Venkat Gupta - Capgemini, Monica Mullen - Informatica
At 70 years, Kelly Services is a global workforce solution company serving 91% of Fortune 100 companies with more than 1 million workers in the talent supply chain. In 2017, Kelly Services began modernizing its data platform with a cloud-first strategy to quickly connect the right talent with the right customers. Critical to the success of Kelly Services is a multidomain strategy for MDM, starting with the customer domain.
During this webinar you will hear how the company began on its MDM journey to a 360-degree view for an end-to-end approach to data estate modernization.
Join us to hear from Ravi Ginjupalli, Sr. Director of BI & Analytics Integrations at Kelly Services and Venkat Gupta, Director of Insights & Data at Capgemini, as they review the technical design and architecture considerations necessary to meet business needs using Informatica iPaaS (Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services, IICS) to connect MDM in a hybrid cloud environment that includes Azure and Salesforce and multiple cloud-based services.
Darshan Joshi, SVP , Awez Syed, SVP, Amit Kara, Director
Your data-centric strategies depend on your ability to deliver trusted data quickly – even as you manage more types of data across hundreds of systems and fast-changing technologies. Can your data architecture handle the challenge?
Learn about Informatica's approach to taking a data-first view of data architectures in our complimentary webinar, "AI-Driven Intelligent Data Platform for Next-Gen Data Architecture." Darshan Joshi, Informatica's Senior Vice President of Technology, will discuss how Informatica's intelligent data management platform:
provides intelligent recommendations to guide user behavior
Find out how to implement a new approach to data architecture that will make your business truly data-driven.
Dave Wells, Director, Eckerson, Vamshi Sriperumbudur, Portfolio Marketing, Informatica
Are your data warehouses ready for advanced analytics and AI projects? Legacy data warehouses are ill-equipped to handle unstructured data complexities or today’s multi-cloud environments. But that doesn’t mean data warehousing is going away. Instead, your peers and competitors are modernizing their data warehouses, which, together with data lakes, form the basis of modern data architectures.
Join experts from Eckerson Group and Informatica for an in-depth discussion of data warehouse modernization. You’ll learn about 10 must-haves for modernization and discover why modernizing your data warehouses is a natural next step in the evolution of data management.
Make sure you’re prepared for tomorrow’s analytics.
APIs form a critical aspect of any hybrid architecture today.
To fulfil your API-first strategy, you need to integrate on-premises data and applications with cloud and other on-premises applications, data sources and services.
Informatica’s Intelligent Cloud Services Application Integration can connect these systems in real time using APIs, enabling organizations to implement and host business services and microservices, and expose them to your applications and partners in the cloud and on-premises.
Join our product expert as he dives deep into the API and application integration capabilities offered by our API solutions for accelerating your digital transformation. You will learn:
1. What APIs are and why they matter
2. Examples of use
3. Types of APIs and services
4. SOA and microservices architectural styles used to build API-based business services and applications
5. How Informatica helps you to achieve this with its iPaaS services
Thomas Brence, Dir Product Marketing, Data Quality and Governance, & Patrick Dewald, Sr. Dir of Data Governance Strategy
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Andy Joss, Head of Solutions & Data Governance, Steve Holyer, Solutions Specialist, Informatica
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As part of the Reimagine Data Governance series of webinars, Informatica will demonstrate how having a closer relationship between the worlds of governance and security can enhance existing data use and data security capabilities. And how you, in taking that holistic approach, can provide governed and protected data to achieve key business outcomes.
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As part of the Re-imagining Data Governance series of webinars, Informatica will explore how technology is now bridging the gap between the worlds of Governance and Privacy, to ensure data of the right quality, is accessible when and where it is needed, complete with all the required Privacy & Compliance measures in place. The commercial dividend of this, is to free up project team resource, enabling teams to work faster, with greater freedom and improved agility.
Hamaad Chippa, Director of Industry Consulting and Roland O Ehigiamusoe, Senior Manager, Consumer, Analytics and Cognitive
Retailers are looking to reach customers in as many channels as possible – stores, e-commerce, mobile applications, and partner marketplaces. As one can imagine, managing these various touchpoints and relationships can be complex, especially ensuring information about products are properly defined. As online shopping grew in popularity, retail organizations stood-up dedicated support teams to manage sales and marketing, separate from the rest of the business. Customers now expect retailer companies to interact with them in a seamless manner, regardless of channel.To guarantee brand continuity, a uniform customer experience, and high customer satisfaction, retailers must diligently manage product data, making sure that products are represented properly across all channels. With better product information and insight, retailers will be to engage with customers in a more personal and meaningful way, driving additional revenue.
Informatica is continually innovating to deliver greater value and more intelligent solutions for our customers. Be sure to join us as our data governance and quality product experts share the technical details of our latest capabilities and answer your questions about how you can use them.
In this complimentary webinar, you’ll hear from Chris Phillips, Senior Director of Product Management at Informatica:
- What’s new and what’s coming next
- Best practices for better implementation planning
- How we can help you to scale your data governance and quality journey
Nick Brisoux, Tableau, Gaurav Pathak, Informatica, Dharma Kuthanur, Informatica
AI-enabled intelligent data curation is required to handle the scale of the modern enterprise data landscape and automatically scan, catalog, discover and profile diverse types of data across cloud and on-premises. But AI alone is not enough. That has to be combined with the shared contextual data knowledge that is often siloed across the enterprise. You need a data catalog that combines AI, human knowledge, and enterprise scale & connectivity. And all of that data knowledge has to be intelligently made available to users in the context of their reports and analysis.
Join experts from Informatica and Tableau to learn more about how our joint solution addresses these requirements. We will discuss how the new Tableau extension for Informatica’s Enterprise Data Catalog (EDC) enables users to leverage an intelligent search bar within Tableau to find data assets certified by data stewards and access business and technical context, data quality, profiling statistics, and peer recommendations from within their familiar, easy-to-use Tableau interface. Users can also collaborate with their peers on the data assets via reviews, ratings, and Q&A, all without leaving the Tableau interface.
Organizations all over the world are looking for ways to optimize and automate the management of data. Reference data management provides a unique opportunity for these organizations. It helps them solve many data challenges surrounding reporting, compliance with regulations, and data strategy initiatives such as master data management, data warehouse modernization, and more.
In this webinar, you will hear from product experts about Reference 360 and learn about the latest solution from Informatica designed to manage reference data:
- Key features and capabilities of Reference 360
- Challenges that you can address using the solution
- A demo showcasing powerful capabilities of Reference 360
Puneet Gupta, Informatica, Nassir Khan, Informatica,
Enterprises are rapidly adopting cloud and investing in SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS. You need a comprehensive next-gen integration platform as a service (iPaaS) solution to manage expanding data management use cases for multi-cloud and hybrid architectures.
A modern iPaaS needs to go beyond just fundamental integration patterns and capabilities, such as data integration and app integration. It needs to cater to a myriad of evolving use cases and patterns, such as B2B integration, data quality, master data management, database and streaming ingestion, and more in order to keep up with the evolving needs of your business.
Register for this webinar to learn how Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS) – the industry’s next-gen iPaaS – is evolving beyond traditional capabilities and patterns with AI-driven capabilities and a microservices-based architecture .
Digital transformation changes expectations: better service, faster delivery, with less cost. Businesses must transform to stay relevant and data holds the answers.
As the world’s leader in enterprise cloud data management, we’re prepared to help you intelligently lead—in any sector, category or niche. Informatica provides you with the foresight to become more agile, realize new growth opportunities or create new inventions. With 100% focus on everything data, we offer the versatility needed to succeed.
We invite you to explore all that Informatica has to offer—and unleash the power of data to drive your next intelligent disruption.
Informatica is the only Enterprise Cloud Data Management leader that accelerates data-driven digital transformation. Informatica enables companies to unleash the power of data to fuel innovation, become more agile and realize new growth opportunities, resulting in intelligent market disruptions. With over 9,000 customers worldwide, Informatica is the trusted leader in Enterprise Cloud Data Management. For more information, call +1 650-385-5000 (1-800-653-3871 in the U.S.), or visit www.informatica.com.
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