Share your EIM Program Journey – and Seek Fame and Fortune (well, I can only help with the fame part)
by Andrew White | January 8, 2014 | Comments Off on Share your EIM Program Journey – and Seek Fame and Fortune (well, I can only help with the fame part)
Open Call for Case Study Presentations for Gartner’s US Enterprise Information and MDM Summit, taking place in Las Vegas, NV, USA, April 2-4, 2014.
We invite you to share your EIM program journey with the Gartner analyst team by sharing your experiences with us here: http://www.gartner.com/technology/summits/na/master-data-management/excellence-awards.jsp. We will select three of the submissions for inclusion in our agenda and you will be invited to present and share your knowledge and experiences with the attendees. We know, from experience that attendees LOVE such presentations. End users always get the best scores in our surveys!
We want to hear your stories spanning any notable Information Management program that led to significant business improvement or outcome. This might be oriented around Master Data Management, or might be focused on other kinds of IM program, including a complex or challenging:
- Information management
- data migration
- information governance and/or stewardship
- infrastructure modernization
- Big Data management or Big Data innovation
- Enterprise Content Management
- Records Management
- Application Integration/ERP/other apps
And this is not an exhaustive list – there are more example shown in the link.
Even better, by speaking at the summit, your case study will be a candidate for winning the Gartner Excellence Award for Enterprise Information and MDM 2014! So one of the speakers will be selected by the Gartner analysts attending, and the winner will be announced at the event.
So don’t hold back – clock on the link and submit your story. We would love to hear from you. And who knows, you might be on stage in Vegas (working!) and you could even win the prestigious Gartner Excellence Award!
Deadline January 24th 2014
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