Building Efficient and High-quality Corporate Data by Linking Actionable Architecture to Data Consolidation
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  Geoffrey Malafsky   Geoffrey P. Malafsky
Phasic Systems Inc


Tuesday, April 5, 2011
03:00 PM - 03:30 PM

Level:  Intermediate

Corporate data systems are plagued by redundant data, overlapping system functions, and low-quality data. Attempts to consolidate systems, improve performance, and raise data quality are impeded by the disconnect between Architecture/Governance and data integration/quality/operations. This project built a business-focused, actionable architecture linked via new technology to data system consolidation with automated data integration/semantic mapping/quality transformation from multiple disparate systems. The process used group-collaborative architecture development with automated, federated-source unification.

Dr. Geoffrey Malafsky earned a PhD in Nanotechnology from The Pennsylvania State University. He was a research scientist at the Naval Research Laboratory before becoming a technology consultant in advanced system capabilities for numerous Government agencies and corporate clients. He has over thirty years of experience and is an expert in multiple fields including Nanotechnology, Knowledge Discovery and Dissemination, and information engineering. He founded and operated the technology consulting company TECHi2 prior to founding Phasic Systems Inc where he is the CEO.

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