Clean. Lean. Compliant.
3 Steps Your Enterprise Can Take to Achieve the 'Holy Grail' of Data Management
Did you know that 43% of digital transformation & data management initiatives fail due to inaccurate data? What about that 55% of executives have reported slowdowns of their IT systems due to strains from the influx of data? We’ve all heard of GDPR, but did you realize that 56% of companies don’t know where their sensitive data is stored?
In this Data Management webinar you’ll learn:
- Lessons learned from other enterprises that have faced data quality, data volume, and data privacy issues
- 3 simple steps your enterprise can take now to build a stronger data management strategy
- A simple, proven, economical way to get more time out of your week to focus on the things that matter like innovation, growth, customer experiences, and finally being able to take a vacation without the worry of being pulled away for a work emergency.
- FREE guide about the Auritas Data Management Factory
All enterprises strive for it, but how can you make “Clean. Lean. Compliant.” a reality and not fall victim to the numbers above? Join Deepak Sood (Auritas CEO), Dan Lynch (Auritas VP ), and Andy Martin (Auritas President) as they discuss 3 simple steps that organizations can take to “refine” their data so it turns into the ‘Holy Grail’ of data management.
If you have liked our webinar, you would definitely like our infographic on being Clean, Lean and Compliant where we have tried to explain how to of the subject matter.
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About Your Speakers
Andy is a technology entrepreneur and has been in the SAP ecosystem since 2003. He specializes in data management and data strategy consulting across complex ERP, CRM, HR, Analytics and related SaaS back office solutions.
Sr. Vice President, Sales
Dan Leads our North American sales organization bringing adistinquished career selling and delivering complex IT solutions for both start-ups and Fortune 50 Companies During this tenure Auritas sales have sky-rocketed with 2019 at a record pace.