Data governance refers to the set of processes to ensure data meets precise standards and business rules as it is entered into a system. Data governance enables businesses to exert control over the management of data assets. This encompasses the people, process, and technology that is required to make data fit for its intended purpose.
The role of a chief data officer may take on a variety of shapes depending on the industry, enterprise, and maturity of the data program he or she is working for. Our research reports that mature data organizations are more likely to have a chief data officer in place.
The question is: At what point in your data management program should you hire a CDO? And, how does the CDO’s role evolve as your data program evolves?
Credit reporting can be challenging at the best of times but right now there’s more than usual to be concerned about. By proactively validating your data and eliminating common errors, we can help you reduce frustration, risk, and cost, increase satisfaction, and give you your time back, even during a crisis.
Research shows 85 percent of organizations see data as one of the most valuable assets for their business, and as organizations move up the ranks toward an optimal enterprise-wide data quality management program, they need a leader. A leader who can pave the way for their team to achieve that data dream state, a chief data officer (CDO).
Our research shows 77 percent of businesses are actively working to put data insights into the hands of more people across their organizations, but surely with the recent crisis, that number is now even higher.
Focused on the needs of government agencies, the DGVision conference empowered federal employees with new insights, best practices, and education around starting and optimizing data governance initiatives. Experian joined business leaders in both private and public sector companies for meaningful conversations about all things data governance.
We find a growing number of businesses are either looking to start or optimize data governance programs to better control data, but at Data Governance Winter Conference, we learned that there are often two major roadblocks to implementing or optimizing your data governance program. Explore how you can navigate these challenges.
After meeting with many data practitioners this week, there continues to be a universal desire to shift data management from reactive—data for compliance or regulatory mandates—to proactive and to leverage data to drive insights that will deliver profits to the business. Learn how they are approaching this initiative.
The CIO of Flushing Bank recognized that the ability to find reliable and consistent answers to the business’s questions was in jeopardy due to issues with the bank’s data and processes. Learn how they decided to fix their data issues and strengthen their data governance process.
Read the main takeaways from the Conference on Performance and Data in Transportation Decision Making hosted by the Transportation Research Board (TRB). The conference featured researchers, consultants, and state and local Department of Transportation (DOT) leaders sharing how better usage of data and quick innovating to turn data into actionable insights is contributing to more efficient public transportation systems.