Taking the pulse of your business and tracking its trajectory as it unfolds is vital to success. But what does it take to assemble all the pieces of data needed to give you a full view across departments, processes, and applications?
Businesses large and small, and across industries, are going digital and with that are producing more and more data. At the same time, the explosive growth of special-purpose applications, mostly in the cloud, makes it easy for organizations to adopt multiple apps leading to a mind-boggling maze of scattered data silos. Each application does a great job performing its dedicated function but when it comes to managing the business, looking at the data set available in one application at a time, in isolation, won't get us far. How do we harness the data we have so we can see the big picture - rather than a series of small, unrelated pictures?
Join us for a live webinar and Q&A on August 11th from 1:00-1:45pm ET for an expert panel discussion of the challenges and best practices for cloud data integration. You'll hear about five best practices:
- Define a single source of truth
- Keep simple things simple
- Act upon your data
- Manage data governance and security
- Ensure data resiliency
Cloud computing visionary, David Linthicum, SVP, Cloud Technology Partners, will share his rich perspective on integrations and best practices. Michael Wacht, VP of Operations and Infrastructure, Helm Inc., will draw upon his first-hand experience applying these best practices at the companies he has lead - both as a CIO and line-of-business leader.
Michael uses Intuit QuickBase, a low code app development platform, to run the business at Helm by empowering non-IT employees to build, customize and connect business apps that fit the way they work, without writing code.
Join this free webinar to see how getting the full picture of your business doesn't have to be a painful, error-prone manual process or require expensive custom integration. Can't make the live event? Be sure to register at the same link for the onDemand recording and assets.