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5 Winning Data Management Strategies: the Next Step for Chief Data Officers

5 Winning Data Management Strategies: the Next Step for Chief Data Officers

This eBook outlines and compares five different big data approaches which you can draw upon to build a forward-thinking and innovative strategy. Each approach is currently used by the few companies currently leading the way in this exciting new field.

Chatbots - Drive Greater Customer Engagement and Employee Productivity

Chatbots - Drive Greater Customer Engagement and Employee Productivity

Chatbots and voice recognition technologies provide opportunities to deliver far more than an additional way of communicating with employees and customers. This eBook provides an overview of the tools, technologies, and approaches being used to drive greater customer engagement across both front and back office functions.

Developing a Data-Led Culture to Enable the Effective Utilisation of Data - A Sunsuper Case Study

Developing a Data-Led Culture to Enable the Effective Utilisation of Data - A Sunsuper Case Study

Trevin Erichsen, Manager of Analytics and Insights at Sunsuper explores the challenges associated with effective data management and delves into how building the right culture and the right governance frameworks is helping mitigate risks and allowing Sunsuper to effectively harness data in business operations.

How to Monetise your Data

How to Monetise your Data

Data is increasingly considered to be the greatest business asset and there is more and more attention paid to an organisation’s data management strategy. Organisations can achieve useable, valuable data by having excellent approaches to data acquisition, storage, governance, analysis and security. However the next step is for the organisation to use that data to create new revenue streams – to monetise the information.

Here we look at seven specific strategies that you can apply within your organisation to monetise your data.

The Intrinsic Value of Ensuring Data Privacy

The Intrinsic Value of Ensuring Data Privacy

In this paper BDO seeks to demonstrate how building a mature information security and data privacy programme can enhance the professionalism of a company's employees and reinforce an organisation's public reputation. It explores the intrinsic value and hidden benefits organisations can achieve through meeting and exceeding their data protection obligations.

What's next for the CDO

What's next for the CDO

For many CDOs their initial work has focused on creating a data culture, gaining bu-in, overcoming silos, and unpicking the challenges of legacy systems, data spaghetti, and crucially, governance. With those first phases now settling down, we can look to predictions for the next stages and ask, what are the actions and outcomes that we can expect to see next.