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In May 2019, an event on "Master Data Excellence" took place at FIFA Museum in Zurich. CDQ and Bisnode welcomed 80 participants who had the opportunity to exchange ideas with master data experts. We talked to the presenter Patrick Galig about how he experienced the day and what the most exciting insights of the event were for him. One of them: The companies still have a lot of work to do.
80 data controllers, chief data officers, CMOs and many others travelled to Zurich in May 2019 to attend the Master Data Excellence conference. At many keynotes and best-practice sessions they got the latest ideas and trends on the subject of master data.
Patrick Galig has been the moderator throughout the day. In an interview he talks about his impressions, the encounters with the participants and what Master Data Excellence means in practice.
How was the event?
It was very interesting. There were many and especially international companies present. This has once again shown that the subject of master data is very topical. Accordingly, the demand was very high.
That is right, the event was fully booked to the last seat. Why is this subject so interesting?
People are noticing more and more that they can no longer avoid a clean database in the context of digital transformation and data-supported work. That's one reason why the event was so well received. The other one: The participants had the opportunity to exchange ideas with experts. The combination between Bisnode and CDQ was ideal. Bisnode contributes the data, CDQ has outstanding conceptual capabilities. People were very interested.