Informatica’s MDM & Data Governance Summit

DataVision Singapore

Data Governance for Low Code Solutions

By now, we are all familiar with Microsoft’s Power Platform, the low code platform that democratizes programming for a new generation of business users, often called ‘makers.’ But with such wide-ranging access to data brings challenges, especially when it comes to governance. You need to ensure your data is safe and that the right people have access to it at the right time and are using the tools appropriately and responsibly.


If your organization uses Power Platform and is concerned about potential security and data implications, this webinar is for you. Presented jointly by the EDM Council and Hitachi Solutions, we’ll take a look at the fundamentals of a governance program, along with the guardrails and supports you can put in place so app makers have a safe place to create and innovate.

Join us to learn about:

Why Data Governance isn’t a bad word
Establishing a Team Strategy
Understanding the Infrastructure and Tenant
Setting Up Data Loss Prevention Policies
Automating Audit Processes
Building a Power Platform Center of Excellence
Hear from industry experts driving this change today:

Em D’Arcy, Senior Solutions Architect, Hitachi Solutions
Will McLendon, CE Architect, Hitachi Solutions
Mike Meriton, Moderator, Co-Founder & COO, EDM Council

Extending Data Governance to New Generation Architectures

A Business-First Approach to Building Data Governance Programs

Traditional data governance initiatives fail by focusing too heavily on policies, compliance, and enforcement, which quickly lose business interest and support. This leaves data management and governance leaders having to continually make the case for data governance to secure business adoption.


In this webinar, Cameron Ogden will share his proven 3-step approach to building a lean, business-first data governance program that connects key initiatives to governance capabilities and quickly delivers business value for the long-term.

Step 1: Link Data Governance to business goals
Step 2: Prioritize the data that matters
Step 3: Build value across all three stakeholder levels
He will give examples of organisations worldwide who have successfully implemented a data governance program by engaging with key stakeholders using innovative techniques such as gamification and data catalog scavenger hunts.


The webinar will be led by industry experts including:
Cameron Ogden, Vice President of Product Management, Precisely
Cameron is contributes to the growth, innovation, and go-to-market strategy for Precisely’s product portfolio. With over 20 years of experience, Cameron has a proven track record of building enterprise data products and communicating complex topics in ways that both business and technical teams understand.


Mike Meriton, Moderator, Co-Founder & COO, EDM Council

Data Governance in Theory vs. Data Governance in Practice

This talk will focus on turning an academic Data Governance framework into a functional, expanding, and maturing Data Governance program. What are the tactical steps an organization can take to turn theory into practice?


When you attend this webinar, you will learn about:
The current state of Data Governance
The tactical “first steps” for Data Governance implementation
Who should participate in start-up Data Governance
How much governance is enough
The role of technology
The best practices which will lead to a successful implementation
The webinar will be led by industry experts including:

Rachel Haines, Principal Solutions Architect, Quest Software
Mike Meriton, Moderator, Co-Founder & COO, EDM Council

Reimagining Data Governance in the Cloud

Balancing Agility and Governance for Self-Service Analytics