Enterprise Information Management Webcast -- Strategy, Best Practices and Technologies on Your Path to Success
When faced with information management issues, particularly those that span the organization, many business and IT professionals turn toward Enterprise Information Management (EIM) for the solution. EIM is the effort and practice of reaching across all data and application silos in an operating infrastructure. It binds those systems together into one effective environment where information is delivered to the person who needs it, when they need it, how they need it.
Join Frank Dravis, Baseline Consulting, as he explores EIM in depth, including the principal points in an EIM strategy and a selection of EIM best practices:
IT and business collaboration
Building trusted information
Enterprise-wide reuse and standards
In conjunction with the practices, this Web seminar will discuss the evolving requirements for successful information management, such as services oriented architecture support, centralized data management, and more. Lastly, you will learn about the critical technologies every EIM initiative will employ at some stage in the program: metadata management, data quality, and others.
Frank Dravis, Senior Consultant, Baseline Consulting
Philip On, Director of Information Management Product Marketing, Business Objects, an SAP company