Hub Designs is pleased to be a sponsor of Kalido’s virtual user conference, Kalido Connect 2010, which is being held on Tuesday, December 7, 2010. Kalido is expecting more than 500 attendees, and will debut its new product, Kalido Data Governance Director, at the conference.
Also, Hub Designs is participating in an analyst briefing on and demonstration of Kalido Data Governance Director on Monday, December 6th. We’ll try to write a brief article here on the Hub Designs Blog later that day to give you our first impressions, with a longer article later, once we’ve had a chance to learn more about it at Kalido Connect.
This year’s Kalido Connect conference will focus on helping companies to manage data as a shared asset by supporting the business processes of data management. Kalido CEO Bill Hewitt will discuss how those business processes will affect the world economy over the next decade, including the impact on virtualization, mobile computing and the shrinking role of enterprise applications in the workplace.
Kalido Connect 2010 also features a record number of end user speakers, including participants from GE Treasury, Imperial Tobacco Group, Johnson & Johnson Ethicon Endo-Surgery, MarketStar, Navistar, Univision and Visa Europe.
A panel of end users will discuss how they have developed a more policy-centric approach to data governance and organized their programs in terms of organization, process and technology. They’ll discuss what “success” looks like, the barriers they encountered along the way (and how they overcame them), the role technology plays, and the value data governance is delivering to their organization.
Best in class content has been prepared by Kalido executives, consultants, customers and partners to address both technical and business audiences interested in data governance, data warehousing, business intelligence and master data management.
The virtual conference platform gives attendees the ability to network, attend exhibits, collaborate and learn without the time, expense and hassle of travel. Attendees can watch a presentation in a packed auditorium, network with peers in the Kalido Connect Lounge, or visit fully interactive sponsor booths on the exhibit floor, all at no cost.