Informatica Data Disruption Summit 2017

Are you ready to lead your organisation through its next digital transformation? Join Capgemini and other industry experts as we explore the disruptive power of data and learn how trusted, accessible data is the fuel that drives next-generation intelligent enterprises.

Key Takeaways include:

  • Learn best practices from leaders at Toyota, Kmart & Crowne Resorts
  • Hear from our data specialists covering topics on Master Data Management, Data Governance and Journey to the Cloud
  • Meet Capgemini customers who are using data to drive their business’ next intelligent disruption;
  • Get up close and personal with our “Meet the Expert” sessions and take some tried and tested tools back

Speakers

David Johnston-Bell

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A successful Senior IT Enterprise Architect / Business Intelligence Consultant with a high degree of commercial acumen and technical expertise demonstrated by an outstanding record of achievement. Possesses extensive expertise in applying technology, systems engineering and project management principles to create cost-effective and realistic solutions to support objectives and to manage solution implementation; and extensive experience in providing governance and oversight of third-party/outsourced/off-shored development teams to ensure the implemented solution meets the project success criteria and complies with the client’s Enterprise Architecture standards and guidelines. An adaptable individual, offering significant greenfield project management expertise including leading teams of architects and designers across a broad range of disciplines


Gautam Nadkarni

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Gautam Nadkarni is Director for Cloud Services with Capgemini. He carries with him a wide local and international experience in consulting, operations and practice management for cloud and infrastructure services. In his current role, he focuses on cloud strategy, assessments, AWS practice and public cloud managed services for Capgemini Cloud services. He is a speaker at various national and international conferences.


Jack Basley 

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Jack is a Data Management Consultant within Capgemini’s Insights & Data practice which offers a full suite of data management, enterprise analytics and business intelligence services. With a background in industrial engineering, Jack is particularly interested in the ways that data can be used to streamline processes and provide real benefit to a business’s bottom line. Jack also has a keen interest in bridging the divide between ICT and business teams and discovering the ways in which business units can be empowered to unlock the value of their data.


Jessie Meleck

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Jessie is an Insights and Data Consultant at Capgemini, she has a passion for people, growth and a strong focus on technology, in doing so, she is driven to work collaboratively with businesses to identify their goal, define their needs and recommend insightful solutions. Jessie is able to combine her psychology background, problem-solving and effective communication skills to provide a holistic approach that engages the organisation to consider its processes and policies around information governance. Jessie is an advocate in blurring the boundaries between the business and IT to ensure organisations are gaining the most from the world’s largest commodity- data.


Danny Centen

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Danny Centen is the Head of Data Management within Capgemini’s Insights & Data service line and has been in the Enterprise Information Management space for over 15 years, predominantly as an architect. His focus is mainly on All-Things-Master-Data-Management (MDM, Data Quality, Information Governance and Product Information Management).

Danny’s perspective on Data Management is that it doesn’t need all kinds of academic approaches. Key are pragmatism, agility and solidity in order to achieve tangible business outcomes.

 


 

Join us as we explore new technologies that are driving data strategies.

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Event details

October 25, 2017
October 27, 2017
Sydney and Melbourne
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