Gartner Data & Analytics Summit London
Event - London | 4-6 March, 2019
The Gartner Data & Analytics Summit surfaces the key trends and developments facing the Chief Data Officer (CDO) and Cheif Analytics Officer (CAO) in modern organisations. Strategies for incorporating AI and machine learning, self-service data and analytics capabilities, privacy, security and the GDPR, building a data-driven culture, and providing governance and trust in an increasingly IoT-enabled world all require an intelligent data hub at the epicenter.
Semarchy is pleased to be returning to this can't-miss event as a Platinum Sponsor. Be sure to stop by our stand in the Solutions Showcase to learn more about our xDM Intelligent Data Hub.
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Don't miss our speaker
Sustainable Data Governance with an Intelligent Data Hub
Tuesday, 5 March - 12-12:30pm
Panos is a skilled business facing manager who blends business, analytics and math skills to explore and solve challenges, bridging the data and business communities. As an Information & Enterprise Data Management Architect for RES Group, Panos is driving the implementation of Master Data Management program across multiple business units as well as closely collaborating with the business to deliver better decisions through data. Panos has held a variety of senior positions across different sectors with a broad international and multicultural experience delivering BI/Data driven solutions.
Renewable Energy Systems
RES (Renewable Energy Systems) builds and operates large-scale, grid-connected renewable energy projects worldwide. Reducing compliance risks and operational costs related to sites, projects, human resources and party data are strategic goals to maintain RES’ growth. Introducing a sustainable approach to data governance with the implementation of an Intelligent Data Hub addresses this challenge.
Passion: Collect, Clean, Optimise and potentially Monetise data
Accountability: Assign ownership of the data and define a data governance framework
Collaboration: Collect data from all business units and functions and provide a single point of reference
Excellence: Remove bottlenecks and allow users to focus on their core business activities.
What delegates will learn:
- Practical steps on how to Introduce MDM to the Business
- Challenges faced
- Lessons learned so far