Transforming Retail with Modern Master Data Management

Presented by

Jenny James from Semarchy; Stewart Hodges and Mario Bourassa from Prolifics

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Now more than ever, understanding, managing, and integrating data has become a vital piece of the digital transformation puzzle for retailers. As the global pandemic changed the business landscape, those without centralised, trusted, and accessible data struggled to effectively serve clients and partners, opening the floodgates to a multitude of challenges; from efficiently managing supply chains to accurately implementing new solutions to streamline and improve services. With the advances of trusted, centralised data management becoming apparent, it poses the question: how do organisations truly create significant return on investment with master data? Join us for an in-depth business discussion into Master Data Management, as we host a virtual roundtable with leading data engineering and digital transformation leaders to explore: - Why data holds the key to retail transformation. - What stubborn data challenges the retail industry is currently facing and the impact it is having on retail supply chains? - What actionable steps can retailers take to establish data quality? - Transformation opportunities with Master Data Management and the multi-domain Data Hub. During this business-oriented session, ask our expert panel your questions and discuss how to successfully implement a retail data management strategy.

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Semarchy is the creator of the Intelligent Data Hub™ which empowers business users to become data champions. Its xDM platform enables organizations of any size and helps them quickly bring together the critical information scattered across applications into a single data hub, with fast time to value. Data can be discovered, mastered, governed, and centrally managed in a non-intrusive way. Semarchy xDM is natively available on most popular cloud marketplaces, such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services, and identical with the on-premises platform.