Orion Tells Chief Digital Officers that Policy & Procedure Must Precede Progress at CDO Summit NYC
New York, NY April 24, 2019 – In the rush toward the business benefits of digital transformation, critical governance policies are often undefined or unenforced leading to problems in production and performance. This is the cautionary message Joyanta Majee, Vice President and Head of Data & Analytics at Orion Business Innovation will share with Chief Digital Officers from across the nation at the Chief Digital Officer (CDO) Summit on May 8th at Columbia University.
“Prescient thinking and nitty-gritty details determine success in digital transformation,” Mr. Majee observed. “In the rush to embrace digital technology and the latest innovations, too many organizations build in trouble by underplaying the role of data governance. The explosion of structured and unstructured data, the variety of data storage options, the availability of sophisticated processing technologies and the widespread growing concern about personal privacy mandate keen attention to how, when, where, and by whom data is handled, used, managed and protected.”
From the stage of the Roone Arledge Auditorium, Mr. Majee will discuss trends in data policies, governing laws and regulations, metadata, master data management, data quality, data security and data as the fuel for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).
To learn more, please visit: http://nyc.cdosummit.com/
Headquartered in Edison, New Jersey, Orion is uniquely positioned as a high touch, high quality and nimble solutions provider with the proven expertise and scale to solve complex problems of Fortune 1,000 customers. Orion provides digital transformation, artificial intelligence, machine learning, advanced data analytics and automation services to large enterprise customers across the financial and professional services, communications and media, professional sports and entertainment, education and healthcare industries. For more information, visit www.orioninc.com