Get Started with Master Data Governance – At Collaborate ’14
By Kristian Kalsing on Apr 10, 2014
This week we at Collaborate ’14 we’re having great conversations with Oracle customers on how to improve the quality of their master data. Lots of people have been coming through the booth for demos, but we’re also giving a talk tomorrow as part of the session program. This will be a good session to attend if you are just getting started with master data governance. We’ll cover some basic concepts and discuss some real-life examples of how data quality has a direct impact on the bottom line.
Improve Master Data Quality with Excel and SharePoint
Friday April 11, 11 am, Galileo 1001
Business user tools such as Excel and SharePoint can be utilized to improve processes for master data creation and maintenance. Power users in the business can create web forms and spreadsheets for data collection and validation. Combined with automated workflows, these provide the business with transformed processes for ongoing data governance. In this session, we’ll discuss how to quickly improve data quality with lightweight and cost-effective solutions, employing a bottom-up approach that will yield immediate results.
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About the author
As Vice President of Product & Solutions, Kristian is responsible for product management, enterprise solutions, and product marketing. He is instrumental in driving the strategic direction of the company and continuously elevating the value that Winshuttle’s software platform and methodology bring to customers. Prior to joining Winshuttle in 2010, Kristian was widely respected as one of the pioneering thought leaders in bridging the gap between SAP and Microsoft technologies. Since starting his career in Denmark, Kristian has gained experience with enterprise software solutions in a broad range of industries in Europe, Australia, and North America. He has held various roles across Engineering, Professional Services, Sales, and Marketing.
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