A key meeting for CIOs, CTOs, CDOs, System Directors and Data Scientists who implement emerging technologies to solve new technological challenges; adapting to new business opportunities. On 7 July, in Rome, the Italian edition of the Data Management Summit, with Simona Di Felice among the moderators.
Gruppo SCAI and SCAI Partners participate this year too at the Data Management Summit, but this time as a Gold partner alongside IBM. It is an essential meeting occasion for CIOs, CTOs, CDOs, BI Managers, Data Governance Officers and Data Scientists who implement emerging technologies to solve new technological challenges. The event is set for 7 July in Rome.
During the round table sessions at this edition (Data Governance and Open Banking, Data Quality, Data Fabric and Data Mesh) Simona Di Felice, Head of Data Gravity & IT Integrated Governance at SCAI Partners, will moderate the panel on How to converge the different data quality models? dedicated to the interaction between various models of data quality.
A crucial issue, as we know well in Gruppo SCAI. Using our wide and complementary skills, we adopt a holistic approach to Data Management, which we call Data Value Management. “It goes from the definition of data strategy to advances in data quality (leading to international ISO standards certification). Members of the data community are empowered, and the corporate data culture is consolidated, right up to the implementation of the Data Platform (using the most innovative technologies) and experiments for the extraction of value from data using various forms of Artificial Intelligence. In this way, we face our customers as an end-to-end partner.”
The two major challenges for CIOs, CDOs and CTOs for 2023 are the creation and spread of an authentic data culture as a strategic corporate asset and the adoption of a pragmatic approach that guarantees short-term results.
The debate will focus on the most common drawbacks encountered in data collection.
“In some sectors, the association of “Data Governance” or “Data Quality” with compliance issues is still strong, which means that many actions are taken to avoid sanctions and recommendations and not because their true value has been understood for company business,” comments Simona. “Particularly in Italy, even though there has been a surge in investment in Data Management in recent years, resistance and an outdated approach need to be overcome. In our experience, the main symptoms of the absence of a concrete model to apply, lie in the leeway and disparity with which each company identifies and defines quality dimensions, quality indicators (i.e., the notorious Key Quality Indicators), and roles and responsibilities. Measuring the maturity of the company model and comparing it with those of others becomes a difficult task.”
The round table will be an opportunity for interesting reflections on the progress of the many models thus far created.
For further information, see the official event website.