My Journey of Creating Data Quality Management Applications
Maintaining the data quality across multiple systems used in multinational organizations has been always a top challenge. Organizations spend enormous budgets on data quality management activities but majority of these efforts could not reach to maintain a desirable state for the related companies. In the first part of his presentation, our speaker will share his unique story about an application which he developed and started in a small subsidiary but later became a World Wide business critical platform with more than 7000 unique users. He will share his experiences on how he delivered more within the limited budgets while keeping the multiple data sources under control. In the second part of the presentation, the speaker will talk about another data quality initiative that he has been dealing with recently as a new personal project on maintaining data of cloud based CRM systems. During this presentation, both parts will contain some hands on demonstrations and it will be followed by a short discussion.
Ali Fuat Vural has been working in different data management organizations in Microsoft for the last 12 years. He worked in Microsoft Turkey as Subsidiary Data Manager, Microsoft Middle East & Africa HQ as Area Data Management Organization Lead and 2 years ago he moved to Microsoft Canada as Senior Solution Manager within Field IT Data Management Organization. He has many awards within the Microsoft IT for his successful projects and he holds a Bachelor degree in Electronic Engineering from Ankara University/Turkey, an MSc degree in Operations Management & Manufacturing Systems from University of Nottingham and an Executive MBA degree from Koc University Istanbul/Turkey. In 2012, he got his IQCP (Information Quality Certified Professional) degree and he has been a member of IRMAC since 2011.
The EIM Special Interest Group – A Summary and Transition
The IRMAC EIM Special Interest Group was launched in June 2010 to provide a forum for discussion and consensus on realistic and effective approaches for establishing information management as a critical enterprise program. Its goal was to define strategies, models, techniques and tools for establishing Enterprise Information Management (EIM) in an organization, that would serve as a resource management function in much the same way as Finance and HR. The Group represented an opportunity to contribute to an original piece of thinking about establishing information stewardship in organizations.
This goal proved to be ambitious and loftier than could be achieved. In this brief discussion, the speaker, who co-chaired the SIG from Jun 2010 to March 2012, provides a frank retrospective on what the SIG was trying to achieve and the challenges that were encountered.
Patrick Sue is a Management Consultant and TOGAF 9 certified Enterprise Architect with KPMG Canada. Over the past 20 years, he has focused on IT planning and architecture aligned with business strategy, in both the public and private sectors. He has developed information management strategies within an enterprise architecture context, for a number of organizations.
Patrick Sue, The EIM Special Interest Group – A Summery and Transition
Ali Fuat Vural, My Journey of Creating Data Quality Management Applications