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Trillium Software
Billerica, Massachusetts
Interests: data quality, data governance, data cleansing
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The 2013 Trillium Software Customer Conference is located at the luxurious Hilton Bonnet Creek on June 3-5, 2013. When attending this conference, you can take advantage of the one-to-one networking, participate in hands on training classes, and benefit from sessions presented by Trillium experts who have over 30 years of expertise. Save the date for the conference now to make sure you don't miss the data quality event of the year! Continue reading
Posted Nov 21, 2012 at Data Quality Insights
Kiran Gill, Senior Strategic Consultant, Harte-Hanks Trillium Software I have worked with countless professionals who have expertise in data quality and management, and have to some extent, implemented data governance in areas of their business. However, data governance hasn’t been at the forefront of the business or their minds until they are tasked with improving data governance. That’s when panic hits. I remember being in that position. I remember the overwhelming feeling of anxiety especially when thinking about planning. What is data governance and how do I make sure I have covered all bases? Simply put, data governance is a... Continue reading
Posted Nov 21, 2012 at Data Quality Insights
Jon Asprey, Vice President, Strategic Consulting, Harte-Hanks Trillium Software Financial institutions working to comply with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) must ensure they have a single view of client information across business lines and, in some cases, geographies — or risk damaging important client relationships. Accurately identifying, reporting, and classifying all clients subject to FATCA guidelines are not easy tasks. This situation is complicated by the web of geographically distributed systems and databases that are relied upon to collect and store a firm’s client information, as well as the complex client relationships that often exist for high-net-worth individuals... Continue reading
Posted Nov 21, 2012 at Data Quality Insights
Nigel Turner, Vice President, Information Management Strategy, Harte-Hanks Trillium Software I’ve recently read this year’s Gartner Data Quality Magic Quadrant report. This comprehensive annual report evaluates the current status of the data quality (DQ) market and its key players. The picture it paints is generally good news for all of us who work in DQ, showing that the market for data quality tools rose fully 18% in 2011, way above average software growth. Accompanying this has been a growth of the number of data quality vendors – 75 compared to 70 in 2011 – swelled by new entrants who recognise... Continue reading
Posted Nov 21, 2012 at Data Quality Insights
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David Binkley, Senior Technical Account Manager, Harte-Hanks Trillium Software In this second decade of the twenty-first century, I’m amazed by the number of applications that are still handicapped with the design, technology, and data structures from a bygone era. Most of them are legacy applications built to handle specific goals for the limited markets of yesteryear, and there are countless data-related workarounds that have been applied to keep them functioning. Even with data remediation, many of these legacy applications have little usefulness when it comes to resolving the data issues associated with today’s global challenges. Companies that recognize and respond... Continue reading
Posted Nov 21, 2012 at Data Quality Insights
Michael Chochrek, Insurance Solutions Principal Consultant, Harte-Hanks Trillium Software Claims Management Systems (CMS) have come a long way over the past 20 years, offering a range of bells and whistles and the ability to track claims activities like never before. However, CMS are only effective when the quality of information flowing through these systems is good and claims professionals can efficiently access information in free-form text fields across all claims files. Unfortunately, this is wishful thinking with today’s CMS. The fact is that CMS are loaded with bad data, which can negatively impact your ability to analyze claims files and... Continue reading
Posted Oct 9, 2012 at Data Quality Insights
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