Data Quality & Information Governance Conference
Event - San Diego, US | 11-15 June, 2018
The Data Governance and Information Quality Conference (DGIQ) is the world’s largest event dedicated entirely to data governance and information quality. Semarchy was proud to be a Platinum Sponsor of this event featuring six tracks and more than 35 case studies.
We led the conversation around how an Intelligent Data Hub addresses all of the capabilities in one single platform. Delegates had the opportunity to see that among a plethora of technology solutions, Semarchy stands alone in the ability to solve for most of the use cases that were discussed at the Summit with our xDM platform.
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Best Practices Session: PIMCO
CSI: Data Management – Or, what we learned on the way to CRM with Data Governance
Sam Zamora, Master Data Architect at PIMCO, joined DGIQ to share his success story.
Sam talked about the system he was able to build at PIMCO, to master their contact, organization, and client office detail along with product, location and reference data, wrapped up with a bit of intelligent algorithms and batch processes to build an elegant solution. In this best practices session, Sam detailed his experiences work with the xDM Intelligent Data Hub from Semarchy to solve for governance, quality, enrichment and MDM in parallel.
How to get business execs on board for seemingly “boring” data projects
How to make MDM & Data Governance invisible, and at the same time ever-present
How to need to get your data situated in such a way as to take advantage of recent advances in data science, machine learning, etc.
Perspectives Session : Pragmatic GDPR
Single View of Person
Working with clients across Europe, the Semarchy Team has learned a great deal about implementing a fast-path construct of addressing the data requirements related to GDPR. While no single piece of software, not consulting engagement is a “silver bullet,” a smart blend of people, processes, and technology can solve for the well-understood use cases around portability, access, rectification and the ever-popular erasure, or “right to be forgotten.”
This session, led by Semarchy CMO Michael Hiskey and Senior Customer Success Consultant Robin Peel, focused on practical experience from GDPR implementations, and explored some solutions to help DPOs, data controllers, and processors address data subject access requests and associated compliance requirements. Lasting change is possible and affords a myriad of unintended benefits from increased intimacy with the people data in your organization.
Why GDPR applies even to organizations that generally operate outside of the EU
Best practices from European organizations that have been out in front of the deadline
How to get executives, and peer department heads on board for smooth compliance planning