Using SAP Netweaver MDM to Take Control of your Data
The impacts of bad data are vast, affecting the company financially, via IT and public image. Companies spend time and money to integrate new applications and meet new business realities.
Attend this Webcast to learn how you can solve master data management (MDM) issues on a global basis, standardize business processes, and simplify your application landscape.
Implementing SAP NetWeaver MDM will have a positive impact on your overall business - reducing the time to establish new suppliers by 45% and improving supplier data quality.
Learn how you can recognize and measure the impact of bad data on business performance, report accuracy, and key business decisions. Examine why and how one company built a global data governance framework based on SAP NetWeaver MDM.
Lenard (Len) Bailey
Solutions Architect, SAP Competency Center Solution Design Consulting Americas PreSales Shared Services, Hewlett-Packard Company
Lenard (Len) Bailey as 32 years of experience as a Information Technology professional providing business analysis, software development, IT solution management and delivery services. Over the past 10 years, as a member of HP's PreSales SAP Competency Center he has engaged in SAP sizing and solution architecture designs for mission critical systems used by HP's largest SAP customers and partners. Len has a BS degree in Computer Science.John Ferraioli
Vice President, NetWeaver Platform and MDM
John Ferraioli leads SAP's NetWeaver Platform Center of Excellence for the Americas' region. John and his team are responsible for empowering SAP and non SAP customers with the knowledge and best practices associated with Enterprise Data Management. John has worked with enabling technologies and enterprise applications for nearly 20 years, helping clients overcome business challenges through process improvement and applied technologies.Naas Prinsloo
Head of Group Data Management, The adidas Group
Naas Prinsloo is the Head of Group Data Management at the adidas Group, a global sports company, with annual revenues of $13 billion. In adidas, Group Data Management is a business organization that reports into the Group CFO and is responsible for implementing group-wide Data Management solutions and governance that will achieve commercial benefits for the organization. Over the past 30 years, he has worked in the sports, fast-moving goods, logistics, marketing and financial services sectors, focusing on Process and Data Management, Enterprise Architecture and Program Management.
- HP, Intel & SAP
- Oct 31, 2007, 12:00 EDT (16:00 GMT)