Read the recap of AAMVA 2019 discussing vehicle administration strategies for Real ID conversion, system modernization trials, the futuristic reality of Mobile Driver’s Licenses (mDL), and how data plays a critical role.
My colleague and I had a great time presenting (and conversing) about data quality and data management at the 13th Annual MIT Chief Data Officer and Information Quality Symposium (MITCDOIQ). Read the recap about how we were able to explore the rich insights of our Global Data Management Report and the trends and impact that data management initiatives are having on today’s businesses.
At the Salesforce Connections 2019 conference, they emphasized user experience innovation and optimization throughout the entirety of the conference in direct and indirect ways. Read our major takeaways.
On June 5th and 6th, I had the privilege of attending the 2019 Summit on Government Performance and Innovation in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was a fantastic opportunity to meet local government employees and learn how they are leveraging data and technologies to build a more connected, innovative, and sustainable government.
We at EDQ kicked off June by attending the Data Governance and Information Quality (DGIQ) Conference in sunny San Diego, California. Read what we took away from the event and see what trends the data experts are seeing and talking about!
The 2019 Collibra Data Citizen event was pulsing with excitement. It exceeded over 600 attendees and even required an extra day to fit in all the topics that the Collibra community wanted to address. The message of the event was clear: governance has a long-term future within organizations.
This year’s #datasummit2019 in Boston was all about possibility of what is to come with AI and ML, of how companies can compete with next-level analytics, and of course how data access, control, and quality drive the success of these initiatives. Explore the takeaways and insights!
Data is a critical but often overlooked component of delivering superior customer experiences. Most of us know firsthand how bad data creates a negative experience. Customers, rightfully, want to be treated as if they are special. They expect the companies they do business with to know them, understand them and remember them. Delivering on that expectation requires great data.
Last week, Gartner released the new 2019 Magic Quadrant for Data Quality Tools. The report provides an overview of the players in the space and the “key capabilities that organizations need in their tool portfolio, if they are to address the increasing importance and urgency of data quality”.
Ninety-five percent of organizations see impacts in their organization from poor data quality. This statistic is just one of many findings that our annual 2019 Global data management research report unearthed.