The DGPOSM is a non-profit, vendor neutral, association of business, IT and data professionals dedicated to advancing the discipline of data governance.
The objective of the DGPOSM is to provide a forum that fosters discussion and networking for members and to encourage, develop and advance the skills of members working in the data governance discipline.
Data Governance in a Consumer Packaged World differs from that in the Finance or Medical fields. We do not govern personal information; we govern our customers, our products and our pricing. We work through multiple routes to market. This made the search for a Data Governance Tool challenging. Our Journey included a 6-month search for "THE" Data Governance Tool; the tool we thought would solve all issues and churn out the perfect reports. In the end we felt a bit like Goldilocks, there just didn't seem to be the right fit. We decided to build our own matching and reporting tools and we'd like to share the experience, where we are now and what the future holds.
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Chuck Jensen has over 20 years of IT experience working primarily with SAP systems, more recently including Informatica. He has been with Dr Pepper Snapple Group for 6 years and is currently the IT Manager supporting Data Governance, RMM, and the National Account Small Format teams.
Kate Wood's background includes 20 years experience in the arenas of Customer Service, Supply Chain, Audit and Master Data. She has been with Dr Pepper Snapple Group for 11 years and has spent the last 5 years working in the Master Data Field through projects and currently as the Director of Data Governance.
The ONLY conference dedicated entirely to data governance and financial services.
Join us for real world case studies, presentations and tutorials from the experts and successful data governance practitioners. Sessions designed for the experienced data governance professional as well as for beginners. Takeaways that can be used immediately at your organization.
The fourth annual Enterprise DATAVERSITY: Data Strategy and Analytics Forum, will take place at the Drake Hotel in Chicago on Sept 19-22, 2016. The agenda focuses on how to create a successful, modern data analytics organization, with tracks on Data Strategy, Agile Analytics, Enterprise Data Science, Data Lakes and Customer Analytics.
Five conference tracks with more than 60 Sessions with a focus on case studies.
Choose from sixteen Half Day and four Full Day Conference Workshops.
Topics include Agile BI, Big Data Modelling, Data/Information Maturity Assessment, Data Quality, Logical Data Warehouse, Big Data Platform Fundamentals, SQL and NoSQL, Data Protection Regulation, Information Governance, Data Funding, Predictive Analytics, Self Service & Collaborative BI, Getting Business Value from the IoT, Big Data Technology and Use Cases, Data Virtualisation, Information Architecture, Enterprise Data Integration, Data Governance, MDM and many more.