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MNP Breakfast Session: Quality Data = Better Business Decisions

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Calgary Petroleum Club

319 5 Ave SW

Calgary, Alberta T2P 0L6

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Learn Why You Should Be Concerned About Data Health

Delays and cost over-runs associated with data quality issues have plagued many enterprise resource planning and customer relationship planning implementations / migrations. Master data management initiatives have been known to grind to a halt due to poor data quality.

To help you keep your data and business healthy, MNP is hosting an insightful presentation from John Desborough, Director, Consulting and Technology Services. He will demonstrate how a data quality assessment can improve your data and increase successful outcomes for high-profile business initiatives. He will also explain how you can identify opportunities to refine existing processes and technologies and offer strategies to establish quality data as a shared asset for the entire organization.

By integrating data quality with operational applications and business analytics, organizations can understand and make use of disparate data, remove inaccuracies and standardize on common metrics. Most importantly, they can create a strategic, trustworthy and valuable data asset that enhances decision making.

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7:30 – 8:00 a.m. Breakfast and registration
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Presentation
9:00 – 9:30 a.m. Q&A

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John Desborough

Director, Consulting and Technology Services, MNP

John Desborough is MNP’s Director of Consulting and Technology Services. An accomplished business solutions program manager and business transformation architect, he has more than 30 years in the information and technology consulting domain. John has extensive background in information/data management and governance with both public and private sector clients on a global scale.

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Calgary Petroleum Club

319 5 Ave SW

Calgary, Alberta T2P 0L6

Canada

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