Information Quality Management
Poor information quality costs organizations ten to twenty percent of total sales or revenue in the form of process failure and “information scrap and rework.” These costs are real and direct costs equivalent to manufacturing scrap and rework. Lost and missed opportunity costs as a result of poor information quality can be even greater than that. You learn the quality principles that must...
Intelligent Information System and Management
The conference provides an opportunity to
interact with researchers, practicing engineers,
scientists, faculty members and research scholars
from various R&D institutions and engineering
colleges. The conference will focus on Intelligent
Information Systems in both Engineering and
Management. This conference also provides an
opportunity for dissemination of new research
Data Management, Information Quality and DW/BI Conference Europe 2013
• Co-located conferences on Data Management & Information Quality and Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence
• Choose from 5 conference tracks and 15 pre-conference workshops
• All delegates will receive a USB containing all workshop and conference presentations from the entire event
• Learn from leading practitioners, gain fresh insight and inspiration and network with your peers...
Data Management, Information Quality and DW/BI Conference Europe 2012
â€¢ 2 co-located conferences on Data Management & Information Quality and Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence. Two great conferences for the price of one!
â€¢ Includes 5 conference tracks and 15 pre-conference tutorials. A total of over 70 sessions to choose from
â€¢ Case studies and contributors include British Telecom, The Boeing Company, Standard Chartered Bank, Land...
Mastering the Requirements Process
Requirements are the most misunderstood part of systems development, and yet the most crucial. Requirements must be correct if the rest of the development effort is to succeed. This workshop presents a complete process for eliciting the real requirements, testing them for correctness, and recording them clearly, comprehensibly and unambiguously.
Delegates will learn: