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Large organizations worldwide have deployed EBX5 on hundreds of data management initiatives. Learn why they chose EBX5 to manage their most important data assets.
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Watch our customers tell their data story

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Better Data Governance through Better Reference Data

Reference data management (RDM) provides a data governance capability similar to the general ledger for financial management. You can live without it, but it’s hard to balance the books. It provides a means to govern how we classify, differentiate, reference, and analyze “things” represented by our data. Bringing together reference data into a single environment for governance and stewardship improves consistent use of the data, improves the quality of regulatory data, improves the results of analytics, improves interactions with our clients, and reduces the costs of data management. Reference master data can also provide a social hub to share classification schemes that result from, or lead to, innovation in the way we see our businesses.

In this session, the speakers share concrete patterns for creating and managing mastered reference data, covering the following topics:

– Understanding & leveraging the codependent relationship between Data Governance & RDM
– Focusing on single trusted source of reference data, vs. application integration, as a priority for maximum business value
– Bringing reference data & business glossaries together
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Sabre: Master Reference Data in the Large Enterprise

Sabre is a technology solutions provider to the global travel and tourism industry, encompassing four business units: Sabre Airlines Solutions, Sabre Travel Network, Sabre Hospitality Solutions and Travelocity. Sabre provides software to travel agencies, corporations, travelers, airlines, hotels, rental car, rail, cruise and tour operator companies. Divisions within each of these groups also service the business or corporate travel market. Sabre grew out of American Airlines and was spun off with an IPO in 2000 and currently employs approximately 10,000 people in 60 countries. In addition to managing the business processes and reporting across the four divisions, the IT group has been tasked to provide an agile architecture to accommodate M&A opportunities in the hospitality industry. Clearly, one of the biggest opportunities for leverage of corporate information assets is travel-related “public” and “private” reference data. Critical to the launch of such a program is to answer the key question “Why after all this time do we need RDM?” This session will provide insights and best practices concerning the establishment of an enterprise RDM program in a large global enterprise by discussing topics such as:

– Establishing the business value of an enterprise RDM program (“Hello, Houston … we have a problem”)
– Overcoming the cultural & territorial obstacles by selling change as a compelling argument for RDM (“Shift Happens”)
– Futureproofing the enterprise RDM program solution, outcome & direction (“What we didn’t think about”)

Speakers:

Janine Stevens
Sr. Enterprise Data Architect
Sabre

Janine Stevens is a Senior Manager at Sabre and has been in the travel industry for over 30 years with a focus on Data and Information Management for 10 years. Given her experience across the breadth of the travel industry, Ms. Stevens is the thought leader for managing data as a strategic asset at Sabre.


Roger Kelly
Principal Data Architect/Scientist
Sabre

Roger Kelly is a Principal Data Architect/Scientist and has been in the travel industry for over 25 years with a focus on Data Architecture and Software Engineering. He has worked across a broad spectrum of database and application development technologies on many of Sabre’s innovative and critical systems.

Learn more at http://www.orchestranetworks.com
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Mastering Oracle® Hyperion EPM Metadata in a distributed organization

In this case study from Kscope14, hear how The United Technologies Corporation, a globally distributed, Fortune 500 company manages their Oracle Hyperion EPM metadata using Orchestra Networks’ cost-effective, DRM alternative: MDM for Oracle Hyperion EPM. The session covered practical issues: data exchange with HFM, governance, workflow. Also discussed, how other alternatives compare and their key differences.
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McDermott International: Accurate BI and Big Data requires MDM

Hear McDermott International’s global CIO describe why MDM is vital for accurate reporting, BI and big data analytics.

McDermott is an engineering and construction company focused on oil and gas field development projects. McDermott PARS (Project Analytics and Reporting System) supports project delivery with reports that integrate information from across the enterprise. At the heart of PARS: an MDM that manages the relationships–between domains, applications and time–required for accurate reporting and analytics.

Maurice Tayeh, VP and CIO, McDermott International, Incorporated
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Technip MDM journey

Multidomain MDM in a Global Organization: A Pragmatic and Agile Approach

Discover how Technip, a global leader in Oil & Gas engineering, applied an agile project methodology and collaborated with business users to deliver enterprise-wide master data governance.

Featured Speaker
Jean-Luc Brunat, Deputy CIO, Technip
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Role of Reference Data Management in Data Governance, Jeff Gentry, TD Ameritrade

Reference data management provide a data governance capability similar to the general ledger for financial management. You can live without it, but it’s hard to balance the books. It provides a means to govern how we classify, differentiate, reference, and analyze “things” represented by our data. Bringing together reference data into a single environment for governance and stewardship improves consistent use of the data, improves the quality of regulatory data, improves the results of analytics, improves interactions with our clients, and reduces the costs of data management. In a nutshell, it improves business outcomes.

This address provides concrete patterns for successful reference data management, and aspirational goals for ongoing value generation, covering the following topics:

- The codependent relationship between data governance and reference data management
- Achieving higher data quality with reference data management
- Capture of all related classification schemes, versus a single version of the truth
- A single trusted source of reference data, versus application integration, as a priority for maximum business value
- Bringing reference data and business glossaries together
- Patterns for reference data management success


Speaker bios

Jeff Gentry
Director, Enterprise Data Governance, TD Ameritrade

Mr. Gentry is responsible for data governance and demand management for enterprise data services at TD Ameritrade, reporting to the Chief Data Officer. In this role, he ensures that TD Ameritrade makes increasingly better decisions about data across the company. His business product management responsibilities for data include master data management, metadata management, data quality, data-as-a-service, data virtualization, and other solutions. During his diverse career in marketing and data management across many industries, Mr. Gentry has become a leading authority on gathering, managing, and using customer information, helping companies large and small to gain competitive advantage and improve profits. Mr. Gentry has consulted, taught, spoken and published on marketing, analytics, and data management topics in North America, Asia, Europe, and Australia.
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Taming the Raving Rabbids: The Ubisoft MDM Journey

Ubisoft, a leading global video game publisher and developer, tamed the Rabbids by deploying an MDM program for video game projects, products and contracts, which is shared worldwide by business users and applications.

Featured Speaker
Les Fondy Vice President Information Technology, Ubisoft
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