by Andrew White | March 13, 2013 | Comments Off on Gartner announces North American MDM Excellence Award Finalists 2013
Gartner announced Friday the three organizations that will be “fighting” on stage for your vote, at the Gartner MDM Summit, 2013 (North America), March 20-22.
The finalists are SwissRe, Fedex and W.W. Grainger, Inc. The MDM award recognizes end-user organizations that have planned and executed successful MDM programs with significant and measurable business benefits.
Each finalist will present a case study during the MDM Excellence Awards Keynote at the Gartner MDM Summit in Grapevine, Texas on Thursday, March 21. After these presentations, the audience will cast their vote for their 2013 Winner. The winner will be announced Thursday evening at the Summit following the Guest Keynote.
Come along and influence history – by voting for the “best” case study! And meet your peers and analyst. See you soon!
This follows on from the Gartner MDM Summit and MDM Excellence Award in EMEA a few weeks ago. There, Michelin “beat” Heineken and GSK. All three though were great case studies explaining really effective programs.
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