Data Management, Information Quality & DWBI Conferences Europe, 7-9 November
This is Europe’s most authoritative and independent conference on Data Management, Information Quality and Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence. Now in its 13th year, these three co-located conferences offer unrivalled opportunity to learn from the industry’s leading figures and network with and learn from your peers.
• 3 co-located conferences on Data Management, Information Quality & DW/BI
• Choose from 5 conference tracks and 13 pre-conference tutorials – a total of 58 presentations to choose from!
• Case studies and contributors include the Royal Mail, BBC, Accenture, Shell, Bank for International Settlements, Aviva, Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals, National Australia Bank, NHS, Statoil, Ford Credit Europe, Capgemini, Alfa-Bank, Sogeti, Remploy, Dublin City University, Neckermann.com, The Phone House and Cambridge University Press.
The full agenda is viewable online at www.irmuk.co.uk
Agile Data Management by Jefferson Lynch
We’re passionate about data. We’re also excited by emerging trends in data management and right now that means agile data management. In this article data management means master data management (MDM), data quality improvement and also data warehouse design and development.
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Jefferson will be presenting "Growing Your Customers and Revenue Through Better Use of Your Master Data" at the Data Management Conference Europe on 9 November. Full details can be found online here.
The Keys to Enterprise Public Cloud by Jason Bloomberg
Today’s Cloud Computing marketplace exhibits a surprising bifurcation. Public Cloud providers like Amazon.com are all the rage among small companies, startups, and individual developers. Enterprises, owever, are largely investing in Private Clouds. Public Clouds are too risky, so the story goes, or perhaps enterprise decision makers are only willing to dip their toe in the Public Cloud water.
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Jason will be delivering his Seminar "Cloud Computing for Architects" in London, 15-16 March. Full details can be found online here.
BPM - Quo vadis? Challenges and Opportunities for BPM
Six years of intensive research led by Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School in collaboration with its business partner MÖBIUS and the BPM Network have culminated in this position statement on the strategic positioning and current and future challenges of Business Process Management. We are extremely grateful for the invaluable ﬁrst hand experiences we were offered by our research member organisations and their enthusiastic representatives over the last six years. It was through their eyes that we could see the immense impact of “going for process” and the challenges that come with this conscious choice.
This paper is an important steppingstone along the road to renewed research collaboration between Vlerick, MÖBIUS and the Network’s committed research member organisations. The BPM landscape has evolved very rapidly these last years, so it seems only natural that we should revisit the initial research proposal with a view to the next period of research collaboration. Read on and ﬁnd out for yourself what our research has revealed about the issues and challenges that face those trying to put BPM into practice.
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Call for speakers open - Master Data Management Summit Europe 2012 and the co-located Data Governance Conference Europe 2012, 23 - 25 April.
Do you have a MDM or Data Governance story to share? Submit online at www.irmuk.co.uk/mdm2012 and www.irmuk.co.uk/dg2012
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Data Management, Information Quality and DW&BI Conferences Europe 2011, 7 - 9 November
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Data Governance Conference Europe 2012, 23 - 25 April
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Business Process Management Conference Europe 2012, 18 - 20 June
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