Data Quality Asia Pacific Congress 2011

Data Quality Asia Pacific Congress 2011 from Ark Group Australia

By: Ark Group Australia  03-Feb-2011
Keywords: Data, Information Management, Document Management

DQ 2011 Congress - IBM, DataFlux, Focus Strategies, Pitney Bowes

Data Quality Asia Pacific Congress 2011
28 - 30 March 2011
Sydney, Australia

Featuring the 2nd Annual Data Quality Asia Pacific Awards

Leader Corporate Partner: IBM          
Executive Partner: DataFlux            
Event Partner: Focus Strategies

Data Quality 2011 brings together experienced DQ professionals from across the globe to bring you the most up to date information on data quality processes, communicating data quality, knowledge management and information management and implementing frameworks and measures to maintain your organisation’s data.


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Updates
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• Take the Data Quality 2011 Asia Pacific Congress Workshop Tour
 
• The Data Quality Asia Pacific Award is now open for candidate proposals. Visit our
        website to see our award recipents from 2010.  Submit your Data quality project or
        initiative today!
 
• Pre-event Data Quality Interactive Study Groups to be hosted in Melbourne February 2011.
        
       This study group will be ideal for delegates unable to attend this year's event in Sydney or    
        for those who would like to prepare in advance of the Congress.

        Click here for more information on the Data Quality Interactive Study Group
 
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Participating Organisations
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International keynote speakers:
Heather Richards,
Program Consultant, Canadian Institute for Health Information
 
Tom Kunz,
Downstream Data Manager, Shell Oil
 
Workshop presenters:
 
Danette McGilvray
President and Principal, Granite Falls Consulting
 
Heather Richards,
Program Consultant, Canadian Institute for Health Information
 
Tom Kunz,
Downstream Data Manager, Shell Oil
 
Joe Otway,
Principal Consultant, Megaprime
 
 
Hear practitioner case studies and interactive sessions from:
 
Canada:
Canadian Institute for Health Information
 
USA:
Shell Oil
International Association for Information and Data Quality (IAIDQ)
Granite Falls Consulting
 
Australia:
News Digital Media
Macquarie University
Johnson & Johnson Medical
National e-Health Transition Authority
Accor
Queensland Department of Education and Training
Family Court of Australia
Art Gallery of NSW
Megaprime
 
 
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Event Supporters
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The following organisations are proud supporters of this year's Data Quality 2011 Asia Pacific Congress

International Association of Information and Data Quality
 
Australian Computer Society
 
Enterprise Information Infrastructure
 
TDWI Australia

DAMA International

Marketing Association of Australia and New Zealand

Australian Library and Information Association

Institute of Information Management

Records Management Association Australasia
 
Insurance Data Management Association
 

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For more information on the Data Quality Congress, Workshops or pre event study group, please contact Ark Group

Australia on or call +61 1300 550 662.
 
DQ Asia Pacific Research

Keywords: Business Conferences, Business Intelligence, Content Mananegement, Data, Document Management, Information Management, Knowledge and Information Management,

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