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Webinar: Getting Started with Data Governance? Use Process Models!

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About the Webinar

In order to prepare for a data governance initiative, companies need to break down their organizational silos and address inefficiencis in business process. Any organization will use a number of different business processes for operations, sales, marketing, and other areas. Capturing the way a business works can be challenging, but data architects should work with business stakeholders to establish process models and ensure they are all speaking the same language to create a solid foundation for enterprise architecture and data governance. IDERA’s Kim Brushaber will discuss the importance of business process modeling as the first step for data governance and demonstrate how ER/Studio Business Architect helps companies map and model the relationships between process, people, and data.

About the Speaker

Kim Brushaber graduated from the University of Texas with a BBA in Management Information Systems.  Out of college she went on to work for Ernst and Young as a Business Consultant and Java Developer for one of the largest Java Projects in the United States at that time. She then came back to Austin, Texas to work as a Java Developer for a local startup called Hire.com. Kim has worked in a variety of different technical and customer facing roles.  She is now a Senior Product Manager for IDERA working on the ER/Studio Business Architect product as well as a few internal products.

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