Information Governance Increased Business Value from Data

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Tyler Warden Vice President, Product Management at BackOffice Associates & David Settlage, Vice President Services, Infor

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Information Governance helps organizations manage the proper usage of one of their most critical assets - data. Not only is it vital to set clear policies that govern the use of data, but equally important is the enforcement and measurement of those policies with feature-rich tools and technologies. Emerging applications are business-user focused and contain a breadth of capabilities that assist in the day-to-day tasks of Data Stewards as they keep watch over critical information assets. In this webinar, BackOffice Associates Vice President, Product Management, Tyler Warden weigh-in on: • Information Governance best practices and key concepts • Where the market came from and how it evolved • The requirements of the practice and the technology supporting it for effective governance • How they can drive innovation and reduce risk for your business Speakers: Tyler Warden As VP, Product Management Tyler is responsible for the product strategy and roadmap of BackOffice Associates' software products. These software products include a platform for Data Stewardship, Data Migration, Enterprise Data Quality, Master Data Management, and Information Governance. David Settlage David Settlage is currently a Vice President of the Americas and leads Infor Services Delivery for Manufacturing. He has more than thirty years industry experience with an emphasis on Enterprise Software and Management Consulting. Before David’s over six years at Infor, he held leadership positions with onPoint Consulting, Fidelity Information Services, and Accenture LLC. David has a Bachler of Science in Economics and a Masters in Finance from Florida State University.

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