by Andrew White | February 21, 2013 | Comments Off on Gartner Summit Season USA – Will we Meet (again)?
Just coming off a successful couple of summits in Barcelona, Spain, and about to head off to another BI, BPM and MDM summit cycle across the pond (UK) and then around the US. Hope we get to meet!
Janelle Hill talking about BPM summit with an overview: http://www.gartner.com/technology/summits/na/business-process/media.jsp I am speaking at the BPM summit on Information Governance and Master Data Management (what else is there to talk about?) and equally we have Jim Sinur from the BPM team at our MDM summit talking about BPM. The intersection between BPM (process) and MDM (data) continues apace.
And I am looking forward to the BI and Analytics and MDM summits in North America this year. Lots of new content, even since our recent BI and Analytics and MDM summits in Spain. Wholly new sessions related to the MDM Seven Building Blocks – a framework for success with MDM. New sessions on mastering the governance board (using real world examples for those organizations that are making progress with making information governance stick’. And also the latest thinking on multidomain MDM. And new content on Business Capabilities, e-Commerce, and CRM strategies powered by MDM.
And at the BI summit, I will be introducing our thinking on the Information Innovation Yield Curve – a concept that looks at how to create compound interest on information assets.
Hope to see you at one of our events!
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