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September 2019 | Stockholm
Data 2020 Summit
DATA STRATEGIES FOR DATA-DRIVEN ORGANIZATIONS
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DATA 2020 SUMMIT


ENTERPRISE DATA MANAGEMENT ⚬ DATA GOVERNANCE ⚬ MASTER DATA MANAGEMENT ⚬ DATA ARCHITECTURE ⚬ DATA QUALITY ⚬ DATA PRIVACY & SECURITY



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Speakers 2018
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Thomas-Nord_Data_2020_Summit_2018
Thomas Nord

Nicola_Askham_data2020_2017
Nicola Askham
The Data Governance Coach

Staffan_Vildelin_Scania_Data_2020_Summit_2018
Staffan Vildelin
Director of Shared IT Services & Governance

Scania Group

Lars_Albertsson_Mapflat_Data_2020_summit
Lars Albertsson
Founder

Mimeria

Carl_Goran_Domeij_BillerudKorsnas_AB_Data2020_Summit_2017
Carl-Göran Domeij
Information Manager, Finance IT Digitalization Support Office

BillerudKorsnas AB

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Håkan Gustavsson
Enterprise Architect

ICA Gruppen AB

David_Dadoun_The_Aldo_Group_Data_2020_Summit_2018
David Dadoun
Director of BI and DG

The Aldo Group

Annika_Gedda_Data_2020_Summit
Annika Gedda
Head of Group Data Office

SEB

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Henrik Göthberg
Director Group Financial Systems

VATTENFALL

Bjorn_Hertzberg_Data_2020_Summit
Björn Hertzberg
Head of Economic & Statistical Research, Nordics

NASDAQ

Christian_Rasmussen_Data_2020_Summit
Christian Rasmussen
Senior Manager, Data Analytics

Grundfos

Signe_Horn_Thomsen_Data_2020_Summit
Signe Horn Thomsen
Data Analyst

Grundfos

Martin_Walker_Data_2020_Summit
Martin Walker
Co-Founder

Datatenor

Kristoffer_Kvam_Data_2020_Summit
Kristoffer Kvam
VP Data Management

Telenor Group

Barry_Wildhagen_Informatica_Data_2020_Summit_2018
Barry Wildhagen
MDM Senior Product Specialist

Informatica

Greg_Hanson_Informatica_Data_2020_Summit_2018
Greg Hanson
Vice President, EMEA Cloud & DaaS

Informatica

Andy_Joss_Informatica_Data_2020_Summit_2018
Andrew Joss
Head of Solutions and Data Governance, EMEA and Latin America

Informatica

Jay_T_Chinnaswamy_AVAUS_Data_2020_Summit_2018
Jay T Chinnaswamy
Head of Data Engineering and Architecture

AVAUS

Jakob_Brandel_Snowflake_Data_2020_Summit_2018
Jakob Brandel
Solution Engineer

Snowflake

David-Talaga_Talend_Data_2020_Summit_2018
David Talaga
Senior Product Marketing Manager, Data Quality

Talend

Jesper-Grode_StiboSystems_Data2020_Summit_2018
Jesper Grode
Director, Product Strategy

Stibo Systems

Richard_Branch_Data_2020_Summit
Richard Branch
VP Operations

Semarchy Limited

Robert_Prochowicz_Data_2020_Summit
Robert Prochowicz
Senior Sales Engineer

MicroStrategy

Rado_Kotorov_Data_2020_Summit
Rado Kotorov
Chief Innovation Officer & VP of Marketing Strategy

Information Builders

Annsi_Tikka_Data2020_Summit_2018
Anssi Tikka
Business Development Manager

Solita

Stijn_Christiaens_Data2020_Summit_2018
Stijn Christiaens
Co-Founder & CTO

Collibra

Kyosti_Laiho_Data2020_Summit_2018
Kyosti Laiho
Database Sales Leader

IBM

Cristina_Gadibadi_Data_2020_Summit
Cristina Gadibadi
Account Manager, Credit Risk, Supplier Risk, Procurement

Bureau van Dijk

Kenan_Jugo_Data2020_Summit_2018
Kenan Jugo
Account Manager, Data Management and Credit Risk

Bureau van Dijk

Paul_Billingham_Data_2020_Summit
Paul Billingham
VP EMEA North & APAC

Orchestra Networks

Kevin_Simons_Data_2020_Summit
Kevin Simons
Senior Engineering Manager

Schibsted

Fateh_Naili_Data_2020_Summit
Fateh Naili
Enterprise Solutions Manager, EMEA

Information Builders

Steve Neat
VP Sales EMEA

Collibra

TOWARDS DATA DRIVEN FUTURE

Welcome to the third edition of Data 2020 Summit. Since its start in 2016, this roundtable event gathers limited 200 practitioners yearly to discuss how to leverage data as an enterprise asset by looking at data stewardship, governance, data quality, data integration, master data management, modern enterprise architecture, warehousing and etc.

As I am writing this editorial piece for the event, I am looking at the summary of the past years, and it seems that the maturity of the topics is growing with a very slow pace, constantly bouncing toward current hypes, regulations and trends. It seems almost reactive and without long term sustainable vision. But the truth is far away from what catches the eye. Transition to data-driven organisation is a long process with a lot of moving parts from holistic vision, strategy, stewardship, processes, technology, future forecast and finally change management. Especially if you are not a digital born company. When I look at the open keyword search results on Linkedin, the number of practitioners working with Data Governance and having the title Chief Data Officer, has doubled in the past year. Similar research done by Gartner shows resembling increase globally. And that is encouraging, as the need for firm data strategy, stewardship, integrating data across multiple silos, data monetization and data security, has never been more important.

Based on the pre-event research, the theme of this year´s edition is “Data strategies for Data Driven Organisations”. The focus will be on the importance of CDO office, data governance, end-to-end data strategy with future-enabled enterprise architecture and technology implementation and ROI. We further fused the agenda with topics on master data management, data quality, data management atomisation with ML and AI, as well data management in the era of GDPR and data security.

In terms of structure, we have kept the very appreciated structure of last years and added workshops day before and a hole day training on Data Governance the day after the event.

I hope you will enjoy this edition and join us with your team as we have a lot to discuss.

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Siemens: Capitalizing on Digitization, the Internet of Things, Automation and the Cloud
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Siemens: Building a Smart City with Internet of Things
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The Solitude of the Data Team Manager by Florian Douetteau, Dataiku
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The 3 Key Barriers Keeping Companies from Deploying Data Products
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Interview with Julian Scholz, Exasol
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How to start and embed analytics in your company DNA
How to start and embed analytics in your company DNA
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Advanced data techniques, data discovery & real-time data applications
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Challenges and Benefits of Data Visualization & Data Governance
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Data Science and Analytics in Industry - Interview with Diego Galar
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The era of cognitive business - Interview with Torben Noer from IBM
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The emerging discipline of Data Science
The importance of Governing BI and Analytics - Interview with James Richardson
The importance of Governing BI and Analytics - Interview with James Richardson
Data Monetization Strategies - Interview with Rado Kotorov
Data Monetization Strategies - Interview with Rado Kotorov
Prescriptive Analytics & ITL Processing - Interview with Ashwin Desikan
Prescriptive Analytics & ITL Processing - Interview with Ashwin Desikan
Prerequisites for Data Innovation - Interview with Johan Magnusson
Prerequisites for Data Innovation - Interview with Johan Magnusson
Driving value from data - Interview with Katarina Hansson
Driving value from data - Interview with Katarina Hansson
Data driven tools & insights in the disruptive television business
Data driven tools & insights in the disruptive television business
 A Data Scientist perspective on disruptive television business
A Data Scientist perspective on disruptive television business
Data & analytics as drivers for business development & innovation
Data & analytics as drivers for business development & innovation
Big data & analytics = big problems?
Big data & analytics = big problems?
Modern on-premise and cloud based data centers
Modern on-premise and cloud based data centers
The business value of Apache Hadoop
The business value of Apache Hadoop
Customer Analytics Innovation: reimagining customer journey
Customer Analytics Innovation: reimagining customer journey
The Secret Weapon of Digital Advertisers
The Secret Weapon of Digital Advertisers
An introduction to Data Warehouse Automation
An introduction to Data Warehouse Automation
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Interview with Magnus Carlsson, Acando Sweden
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IInterview with Jonas Karlsson, Idevio
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