Data Governance as the Backbone for Data Value

Data Governance as the Backbone for Data Value

Webinar
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 to Tuesday, October 27, 2020

One common theme among Pulp and Paper manufacturers is the need to curate and validate the data companies want to use for their data-driven initiatives. Whether the project is called Mill of the Future, Mill Analytics, Digital Transformation or some other initiative name, manufacturers want to ensure that the data they are planning to use to make enterprise-level business decisions is reliable and complete. While the ability for companies to gain access to the data they want to use is reliant on technology, the larger opportunity is around putting good data governance practices into place. In this paper, we describe the various aspects of data governance and describe some approaches.

Oct. 27 | 2PM - 3PM (ET)

Learning Outcomes: 

  1. Describe what is data governance and its impact in the innovation initiatives at the mills.
  2. Assess whether or not the attendees know and apply data governance practices in their job. This is the call to action

Mariana Sandin

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Mariana Sandin is an Industry Principal for OSIsoft. Her background is in Chemical Engineering and has an MBA with a concentration in Economics from the University of St. Thomas. She has over 14 years of experience in real-time data solutions for different process industries focusing on Forest and Paper Products manufacturing. Recipient of TAPPI PIMA 2020 Glen T. Renegar Award.

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