The Dirty Little Secret of Enterprise Data

author: Andy Palmer, Tamr, Inc.
published: Sept. 5, 2016,   recorded: August 2016,   views: 1429
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The time has come to manage information across the enterprise as a strategic asset and deliver to enterprise data consumers, experiences that rival their experiences managing information on the public web. People who use information technology at work are the same people that go home and use the Internet. Why should their information systems at work be harder to use—or less satisfying—than the systems they use at home?

In this presentation, serial entrepreneur and Tamr Co-Founder Andy Palmer exposes the dirty secret of messy, siloed, enterprise data. Pulling from first hand experience, Palmer shares how Fortune 500 companies are saving $100s of millions by automatically unifying and preparing enterprise data at scale—and empowering enterprise data and IT professionals to become the “Googlers” of their enterprise.

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