Published on the 28/02/2019 | Written by Sage
Success with analytics starts with good data governance…
Demand for analytics across all business functions is growing exponentially.
Sophisticated reporting and analytics tools are in the hands of business users, while the volume of data from multiple sources has exploded.
Now, the problem is one of trust.
Can users trust their reporting enough to collaborate and make decisions?
To build trust, good data governance is required.
Our panel of experts talks about:
- How your system of record can underpin a strong data ecosystem
- The way modern business management systems are enabling analysis across multiple datasets — from systems of record to real-time sensors, machine intelligence, unstructured data and 3rd party cloud-based sources
- How to curate data structures to deliver robust, reliable analysis without compromising agility
- The three imperatives to a successful data strategy
Jason Sharpe – Lead Consultant at Analytics8
Jason has 30+ years experience across the full spectrum of data strategy, architecture and operations from consulting to client-side delivery.
Mike Parsons – Partner at Datamine
Mike has deep domain experience having led Datamine customers through the challenges of improving their data & analytics capability for nearly 10 years.
Anne-Marie Keogh – BMS expert at Sage Australia
Anne-Marie represents the client voice in assessing the power of new technology. She is expert at distilling business value out of the technical possibilities offered by data and analytics.
Thanks to our event sponsor Sage Software