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Data Governance – Bachelorette Style!
November 1, 2018 - November 2, 2018
Your association management software captures a ton of rich member data. Today there are a growing number of tools that empower your organization to transform data into assets to be leveraged for informed decisions and increased value for your members. Welcome to the data economy! In exchange for their data, members and customers expect security, privacy, and additional value in return. Are you prepared to take on the high level of trust, responsibility, and usage polices that accompany this trade?
During this session, we will unpack this topic with roses – which data element is the most attractive to you? Allow us to introduce you to six eligible bachelors — Mr. Defined, Mr. Clean, Mr. Secure, Mr. Private, Mr. Built (Architecture), and Mr. Organized.
The decisions you make will play an important role as you develop strong, yet flexible, data governance for transactions in this dat(e)-a economy.
• Building a business case for governance to gain executive support
• Data Inventory 101
• Managing data permissions
• Balancing privacy with personalization
Julie Sciullo, CEO, Association Analytics
Gretchen Steenstra, Strategic Consultant, Technology Management, DelCor Technology Solutions
About AMS Fest DC
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Association TRENDS is hosting AMS Fest bringing you elbow-to-elbow with other association executives, AMS consultants and AMS vendors that all want to engage in discussions around nothing but AMS. You’ll be sure to hear talks related to any (and maybe all) of the following: the future of AMS, what’s trending, what’s not working and what is working, what’s the most innovative, should associations or technology vendors be the guiding force in development, what new systems are out there (there are many!), CRM vs AMS, should we expect cryptocurrency to effect our systems in the future, preparation for mergers and acquisitions, data privacy laws, and the list goes on… see the schedule for yourself.