Infogix Demo: The Long Game: How Data Governance Can Secure Lasting Business Adoption

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Traditional Data Governance initiatives fail by focusing too heavily on policies, compliance, and enforcement, which quickly lose business buy-in and support. This leaves governance leaders and data stewards having to continually defend and evangelize the need for data governance to gain a seat at the table. 

In this session, Infogix will share simple strategies and tangible examples of how successful programs achieve long-term business adoption by promoting data literacy, improving data trust, and connecting to deeper business goals and objectives. 

 Participants will learn: 

  • How to use automation to quickly catalog an inventory of data assets in a business language
  • How a governance framework is linked to metrics, analytics, processes, and business objectives
  • How to produce data trust scores and Data Quality metrics for expected business outcomes
  • How to verify governance readiness and ownership for critical data elements

Cameron Ogden

Vice President of Product Growth, Infogix

Cameron Ogden is responsible for the growth, innovation, and go-to-market strategy for Infogix’s product portfolio. With over 20 years of experience, Cameron has a proven track record of building enterprise data products and communicating complex topics in ways that both business and technical teams understand. He is a requested speaker and author on product management, information strategy, data governance, and automation.

Sadat Ahmed

Solutions Consultant, Infogix

With Infogix for close to a decade, Sadat Ahmed works with customers in an array of industries. Using the Infogix Data360® platform, he develops advanced solutions to restructure and simplify complex data governance, advanced analytics, and data quality use cases. Sadat holds a Bachelor of Science degree from King’s College London. 

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