Webcast : Decode your Organization's Data DNA

Presenter: Ron Huizenga
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Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is the fundamental building block that specifies the structure and function of living things. The information in DNA is stored as a code made up of four chemical bases in which the sequencing determines unique characteristics, similar to the way in which letters of the alphabet appear in a certain order to form words and sentences.

Organizations can also be regarded as organic, with a need to adapt to changes in their environment. Every aspect of an organization also has a corresponding data representation, which can be regarded as its DNA. Without the correct tools and techniques, decoding that data structure can be extremely complex. Data modeling reveals that data in most organizations follow similar patterns. Once we recognize that, we can focus on the data characteristics that make each organization unique.

Establishing a data culture is vital to success, enabling a transformational breakthrough to translate data into knowledge and ultimately, strategic advantage. IDERA’s Ron Huizenga will explain how a business-driven data architecture enables you to leverage your data as a valuable strategic asset.

About Ron: Ron Huizenga is the Senior Product Manager of Enterprise Architecture and Modeling at IDERA. Ron has over 30 years of business and IT experience across many different industries including manufacturing, retail, healthcare, and transportation. His hands-on consulting experience with large-scale data development engagements provides practical, real-world insights into enterprise data architecture, business architecture, and governance initiatives.

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