by Andrew White | January 29, 2010 | Comments Off on Gartner’s MDM Summit – talk with us, and each other, about MDM, data quality, and data governance
I bet you can’t resist it! Of course, at times we are acting in “sales mode” (maybe more times than we admit) but given the hot debates internal (to Gartner) and on blogs around the place, I’d recommend coming to the next annual Gartner MDM Summit in April. I don’t know of an event where you’ll get to spend time with the broadest AND deepest set of industry experts on MDM. We don’t focus on data integration, or data quality, or even governance – this event focuses on MDM (and how those disciplines/technologies interact to support MDM).
If you have a working MDM program, or looking to get your team up to speed, or evaluating a future MDM strategy, this is a “must attend” event. Many firms are preparing for growth; some are still cowering under the hot irons of cost control; yet others are preparing for future world dominance. Whatever the case, this event should provide what you need to take you to the next step in your MDM journey.
Plus I’d love to hear from you there! I love to chat about MDM (as you can tell) and a quite chat, with a glass in hand, with a user, makes me tick. See you there!
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