Talend - Balancing Control and Autonomy for a Successful Data Strategy
Common Sense Virtual Roundtable:

Balancing Control and Autonomy for a Successful Data Strategy

May 19th, 2021, Successfully held

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Presented by

Talend & Deloitte

Here’s what we discussed:

With increased user adoption of data, the need to deliver faster access to insights is now more important than ever.

According to Gartner, by 2023, data literacy will become an explicit and necessary driver of business value, demonstrated by the formal inclusion of data literacy in over 80% of data, analytics and change management programs. However, increased data autonomy also surfaces the need for organisations to avoid business repercussions by tracking and auditing trustable data.

In this exclusive interactive virtual roundtable, we discussed the best practices for: 

  • Developing a data framework that can scale at speed, while maintaining a single source of truth for the organisation
  • Supporting data projects and delivering data value across key stakeholders
  • Implementing an autonomous data strategy with control mechanisms in place
  • How other organisations manage their data journey

Moderated by 

JJ Tan
Regional Sales Director, Singapore, Malaysia & Philippines at Talend
LinkedIn
Leonard Jayamohan
Director, Analytics & Cognitive Southeast Asia, Deloitte Consulting
LinkedIn

Here is what we learned:

The moderators opened the discussion, noting that there is a struggle to balance the need for speed with the importance of trust in the data to achieve the business goals. After the data repositories and architecture is set, companies must keep the data in the right hands.

What specific data challenges are you facing and how are they affecting business decisions?

Attendees responded that data collection is easy but, particularly when dealing with legacy systems, can pose a hurdle. Done right, collecting right amount of data facilitates real-time analyzing and speed. Additionally, developing automations and analytics that make information available on a granular level is important and can present a challenge when the data storage systems don’t include analytic capabilities. One mentioned that the sources of data can be fragmented, presenting additional difficulties. Finally, partly because of the need to maintain customer privacy, there is a desire to collect no more data than is necessary. The moment data is collected, it must be protected.

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About Talend:

Talend partners with an ecosystem of complementary technologies to help you make the most of your data. Partnerships with Snowflake, AWS, Azure, and others ensure seamless performance across your data infrastructure, while strategic relationships with companies including Accenture can help you accelerate your digital transformation.

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