Winshuttle Leads Session on Emerging Application Data Management Framework at ASUG Enterprise Information Management Conference
Attendees will learn new insight on ADM adoption, data stewardship, and more.
Schaumburg, IL – November 2, 2017 – Winshuttle is excited to announce they’ll be leading a general session at Americas’ SAP User Group’s (ASUG) 13th annual Enterprise Information Management (EIM) conference held in Schaumburg, Illinois November 7-9th 2017.
Winshuttle has paved the way for Application Data Management (ADM) in the SAP space, which allow companies to take advantage of trends like digital transformation and real-time analytics. They wrote the first book on the subject, “Application Data Management – Empower Business Teams to Get Data Right” and will be leading a session on how organizations can leverage ADM in the digital future.
Businesses across industries are already treating data as a strategic asset in order to leverage the trends of digital transformation and advanced analytics. However, traditional approaches to data governance have fallen short of enabling business domain experts to take back the required ownership of their data. Winshuttle’s session will introduce the emerging discipline of Application Data Management as a framework to empower business teams and bridge the gap between centralized data governance and operational data stewardship.
“We’re very excited to share how companies are getting to market faster and becoming more successful by adopting an ADM framework within the greater SAP community,” said Kristian Kalsing, VP of Solutions Marketing at Winshuttle. “Data is every organization’s most valuable asset and this session will provide the insight organizations need to use ADM to accelerate their digital transformation journey.”
Conference goers can stop by the Winshuttle booth #2 to pick up a copy of the ADM book while supplies last, and catch the ADM session Wednesday, November 8th 4:15-5:00 PM. Winshuttle will also be hosting a happy hour for attendees during the conference Wednesday, November 8th from 5:30-8:00 PM at Westwood Tavern.