April 4-5 at the JW Marriott at LA Live, Los Angeles
Master Data Management helps organizations perform better by creating a single coherent version of customers, products and suppliers. Designed to address all MDM maturity levels, the Gartner Master Data Management Summit delivers the tools, technologies and best practices to help you take control of your masterdata and dramatically improve business performance.
Key topics include:
*Gartner Keynote: Optimizing Business Outcomes with Trusted Master Data: Gartner analysts John Radcliffe and Andrew White
* The Art of Business Influence: Selling Without Selling: Mark Jefferies, Adviser and Communications Consultant
*Gartner Town Hall: Gartner analysts Ted Friedman, John Radcliffe and Andrew White
3 Tracks and over 24 sessions, including the new Practitioners Track
End User Case Studies
Solution Provider Sessions
New, dedicated Program specifically for Healthcare professionals
The Gartner MDM Summit is co-located with the Gartner Business Intelligence Summit. Register for both summits and save $895. Go to www.gartner.com/us/mdm for more details.
More than two dozen exhibitors will display the latest MDM tools and services at the conference. A listing of current exhibitors is available at http://www.gartner.com/technology/summits/na/master-data-management/exhibitor-directory.jsp.
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For complete event details, please visit the Gartner MDM Summit Web site at www.gartner.com/us/mdm.
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