Balancing control and accessibility for a successful data strategy
With so much focus on the digitalisation of company processes, a gap has been created between data generated through digital transformation and its quality. According to a Gartner Customer Survey, organisations estimate the average cost of that poor data quality at $12.8 million per year.
Unprecedented amounts of poor data are snowballing in digital pipelines, leaving companies with uncontrolled costs, time wasted, and additional risk exposure to being fined for non-compliance with data regulations. As a result, leaders are rethinking their data governance strategies to adapt and enable innovation.
- What challenges prevent companies from becoming data-oriented?
- How should organisations work with data?
- How can leaders effectively measure the health of their data?
Job titles include Chief Data Officers, Chief Information Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Heads of Data, Heads of Analytics, Heads of IT, Heads of Digital Transformation, Heads of Innovation, Directors of Data Management of various sectors in Europe.
Attendance is by invitation only and is, of course, complimentary.
4:00 PM: Introduction by Ortus Club
4:05 PM: Introduction by participants
4:15 PM: Short address from Talend
4:25 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
5:25 PM: Closing Note
5:30 PM: End of Session