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Kent Graham, O'Melveny & Myers LLP
David Schlesinger, Intel
Simon Hankinson, PWC
David Newman, RadioShack
This presentation discussed the requirements of Sarbanes Oxley and how the data management organization can effectively help the organization meet its the compliance requirements. This is a new area to most DM professionals, but there are many opportunities to help the CIO, the Applications Services organization, and the Internal Audit Group with compliance.
RadioShack for example is focusing on 3 areas of support: 1) data quality (is the data on your annual statement accurate?); 2) data modeling and data transformation (what does the data on your annual statement mean?); 3) metadata management and governance/stewardship (where did the data on your annual statement come from and who’s responsible for it?).
Suggested questions to be addressed by the DM organization are:
Wednesday, May 5
11:10 am – 12:10 am
Practical Experience with Enterprise Data Modeling
The Vanguard Group
Since 1999, The Vanguard Group has actively pursued the deployment of enterprise databases. These databases now provide the back-bone for Vanguard's award-winning website, as well as new CRM applications being deployed company-wide. The ongoing Enterprise Data Modeling Effort has been critical to the successful roll-out of these applications. This presentation share those experiences, successes and pitfalls, including:
Adopting a maturity model for enterprise database evolution to establish a vision and temper expectations.
Setting clear and measurable objectives for the data modeling team.
Utilizing Reverse-Engineering to jump-start models.
Adopting "structured agile" data modeling techniques.
Embracing continuous process improvement.
Enterprise Architecture: A Strategic Approach to Improving Data Quality and Restructuring Information Management
Business Intelligence and Reporting Team Lead
Aera Energy LLC
This presentation described how Aera is using Enterprise Architecture to achieve data quality and fundamentally restructure the way it manages information. Enterprise Architecture Planning provided a rigorous assessment of the current state and clearly defined the target architectures. The subsequent implementation program is defined by an ambitious system development schedule and supported by a comprehensive Data Quality process. It is steadily delivering the desired state. The presentation discussed the essential components of Aera’s approach and examined the critical success factors identified. Enterprise Architecture has proven to be a superior means to align business and IT, integrate people, process and technology, and reduce the costs of information management.
The Table Management Distribution System:
Air Mobility Command’s Reference Data Success Story
Senior Information Systems Engineer
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