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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.


Krystal Breeden, Financial Analysis Manager, M&T BANK
Robert Paramore, Enterprise Reference Data Solution Engineer, ORACLE

While many organizations are establishing enterprise Data Governance teams, very few have been able to make their governance processes “sticky” with sustainable business user adoption.  This is because the implementation approach many organizations take is focused on technical data flows, not business-controlled governance.  Ultimately, while an enterprise Reference Data Governance program will require IT support, the ownership and maintenance of the data should reside with the business users and Reference Data Governance solutions that are not designed for business participation are destined for failure.  M&T Bank is a North American commercial bank that has grown to $4B+ in revenues through a series of acquisitions and is currently one of the 20 largest commercial bank holding companies with more than 750 branches and 16,000 employees.  The Bank has implemented Oracle for Reference Data Management and is in the process of rolling it out across the Enterprise.  This session will focus on approaches any organization should take in:

  • Determining the core requirements for successful & sustainable enterprise Reference Data Governance
  • Understanding why Enterprise Reference Data Management requires the business to embrace and own the solution deployment
  • Leveraging the lessons learned from the M&T Bank as a case study for sustainable enterprise Reference Data Governance


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