Webinar: How to Strengthen Enterprise Data Governance with Data Quality

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Original Air Date: March 13, 2019

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About the Webinar

If your organization is in a highly-regulated industry – or relies on data for competitive advantage – data governance is undoubtedly a top priority.  Whether you’re focused on “defensive” data governance (supporting regulatory compliance and risk management) or “offensive” data governance (extracting the maximum value from your data assets, and minimizing the cost of bad data), data quality plays a critical role in ensuring success.

Join our webinar to learn how enterprise data quality drives stronger data governance, including:

  • The overlaps between data governance and data quality
  • The “data” dependencies of data governance – and how data quality addresses them
  • Key considerations for deploying data quality for data governance

About the Speakers

Harald Smith

Director, Product Management

Harald Smith is Director of Product Management at Syncsort, responsible for the Trillium Software product line, and co-author of Patterns of Information Management, published by IBM Press. Harald has spent the past 20 years specializing in information quality, integration, and governance products with a focus on accelerating customer value and delivering innovative solutions. He has written extensively on the integration, management, and use of information. Harald has been issued four patents in the field of data management and integration.

Davinity Powis

Pre-Sales Consultant

Davinity Powis is a Pre-Sales Consultant for Syncsort Trillium and specializes in Data Quality, Data Governance, Data Integration and Big Data.
Davinity has considerable expertise in data quality and enrichment, having spent 16 years in the data marketing arena. She started and ran her own Database Marketing agency for 10 years before its acquisition, after which she stayed as Group Head of Data & Insight for 4 further years.


She’s passionate about making data understandable and exciting!

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