What are your Data Pain Points?
By Bob Berntsen on Jul 13, 2018
Let me introduce myself. I am Bob Berntsen, Principal – Enterprise Solutions Manager at Winshuttle. Some of you may know me as the Program Chair with the ASUG Data Governance SIG (Special Interest Group) within the EIM Community. Over the past few years, I have been given the wonderful opportunity to work for several companies, helping them to build and implement their Data Governance and Data Management programs. In doing so, I have witnessed firsthand, areas where these data programs have both struggled and hit home runs!
I have also kept my eye on this company called Winshuttle. Through our ASUG events, Winshuttle has become a key partner, helping to build the success of the Data Governance SIG and now the EIM Community. Through Winshuttle’s support, the fact that Winshuttle generally has customers speak of their own business cases, rather than a Winshuttle employee speaking, speaks volumes! Lastly, I have seen the passion and excitement of these Winshuttle customers.
When presented with the opportunity to join the Winshuttle team, I said HECK YEAH!
I want to pay it forward here at Winshuttle. I want to share insights in this data space. Using our Winshuttle blog, I want to cover topics which you want covered. I may not have all the answers but I want to provide you my experiences to help you and your organizations.
To get this party started, I am asking you to provide me topics you want me to cover. Please send topics you want to hear more about to: email@example.com
Thank you in advance and I look forward to continuing this data transformation!
About the author
With over 25 years of practical experience in data governance and data management, Bob has held data governance leadership positions in manufacturing and consumer product industries and has a background in security and solutions software development. Bob is perhaps best known for leading the ASUG Data Governance SIG (Special Interest Group) within the EIM (Enterprise Information Management) community.
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