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iData Demo: The Data Cookbook – Deliver Full-featured Data Intelligence in a Pragmatic and Affordable Solution

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The Data Cookbook was designed from the beginning to provide everything you need to create data literacy without breaking the bank.  Originally built for the budgets of higher education institutions and non-profit organizations, it is our goal to provide the value of the Data Cookbook to all types of organizations. We believe that your people should be spending your time curating and managing your data rather than administering a tool.  The cloud-based solution offers a complete data catalog and data governance framework that can be implemented rapidly and easily.  This session will cover how the Data Cookbook applies a just-in-time data governance approach that brings a customer-service focus to managing and curating your data knowledge.  We will review features that include data system inventory, data catalog, secure integrated metadata discovery, business glossary, reference data, report/ETL catalog, lineage, data quality monitoring, and much more. More info at www.datacookbook.com.     

Brian Parish

CEO & Founder of IData

Brian Parish is the CEO and Founder of IData.  Brian spent many years working in administrative data system development, system integration, and data analytics before deciding in 2008 to apply the lessons-learned to pragmatic data governance best-practices and a tool to support them. Brian has worked with and learned from over 700 organizations while helping them to better understand, manage, and use their data.  Brian currently lives in Alexandria Virginia with his Wife, three daughters, and office-dog.

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