Presented by Forrester Research and Riversand

The digital revolution is exposing fundamental gaps in the information supply chain of most enterprises today. Satisfaction with master data management (MDM) related efforts has never been lower while the need for MDM capabilities has been growing exponentially. And yet the solutions being offered in the marketplace are not able to address well over 80% of the addressable market for more than a decade. Why? What’s missing from the equation? Why a shift in Solution offerings from MDM 1.0 → MDM 2.0 is needed? #NextGenMDM

In this webinar guest speaker Gene Leganza, Forrester Research and Omer Farooque, Riversand Technologies will present the case for evolution of MDM, the characteristics of what next generation MDM (MDM 2.0) needs to look like and discuss why capabilities segments like context, graph and insight are critical for MDM initiatives to succeed in the digital age.

About the Speakers

Omer Farooque
Omer Farooque
Vice President, Product Strategy
Riversand Technologies Inc

Omer Farooque drives innovation, product management and go to market related functions at Riversand Technologies Inc. a leading multi-domain MDM & PIM software company. Prior to Riversand, Mr. Farooque was at Infosys for almost 16 years managing the MDM practice at Infosys.

Gene Leganza
Gene Leganza
VP, Research Director Serving Enterprise Architecture Professionals
Forrester Research

Gene leads a team of analysts that address the needs of Customer Insights and Enterprise Architecture professionals. He has more than 30 years of IT experience.He has published dozens of papers on various topics and has spoken at a variety of conferences in the US and abroad.

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