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Monday, October 15, 2012

5:05 PM - 5:50 PM
Track: Data Governance Track: Sponsored by IBM View Track

EXPERTS PANEL: BEST PRACTICES IN DATA GOVERNANCE

Panelist: Sophia Hannay, Manager, Master Data Systems, STRYKER CORP.
Panelist: Moinul Haque, Senior Director, Business Intelligence & Corporate Systems, UNIVISION
Panelist: Linh Nguyen, Data Architect, OPPENHEIMERFUNDS
Panelist: Jerry Smith, Enterprise Data Architect, HORIZON HEALTH CARE SERVICES, NJ

Data governance is vital to success of MDM projects — both initially and ongoing. During 2012, enterprises will increasingly mandate that no MDM program be funded without the pre-requisite data governance framework. Moreover, proactive data governance that includes the entire master data lifecycle will increasingly be mandated as a core phase zero or phase one deliverable of most large-scale MDM projects. Given the substantial investment required for MDM programs, the co-dependence/synergy of MDM and data governance must be given close scrutiny — not only to contain costs, but also to insure success. Beyond committees, councils and stewards, what is the real work to be done, who should do it and what is the impact if not done properly? This panel will focus on the answers to such questions to help understand the relationship and dependencies between MDM and Data Governance by discussing:

  • Communicating to executive management why data governance is essential as phase zero deliverable & determining initial ROI of such investments
  • Determining criteria for evaluating the currently marketed data governance capabilities of mega vendors, specialist vendors, & systems integrators/consultancies (outlining the key capabilities to demand of data governance solution providers in next 12-18 months)
  • Establishing metrics for measuring the success of an ongoing data governance program

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