June 19- As small companies grow into bigger ones, their data inevitably accumulates, often in systems and databases that are not connected. What used to work for managing 20 wells simply doesn’t scale well for managing 150. If you can’t trust the data in your reports, or if getting the latest production numbers requires several phone calls, it may be time to look into implementing master data management.
Master data management can help your company eliminate disparate systems that give an inaccurate or inconsistent view of your assets. Join your peers for this lunch and learn event, where you will learn how to improve the flow of your assets as they move within departments.
Date: June 19th
Time: 12:00 pm
At the end of this event you can expect to take home a better understanding of…
- why data integration is important for your business
- when you need master data management
- why master data management provides a consistent view of your assets
- how to create a plan for getting started
Presenter: Chad Modad, Director of Consulting at Entrance, brings over 20 years of experience from a multitude of diverse industries, such as: manned spaceflight, petrochemical, computer manufacturing, telecommunications, and most recently defense. For the majority of his most recent seven years at The Boeing Company, he spent his time as an enterprise-level software advisor and consultant to internal software development teams as well as customers from the four branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. Chad volunteers his time by serving on the board of the Foster Family YMCA and as a soccer coach; he is also a mentor within the FIRST Robotics organization mentoring high school and elementary school students to design, build and program competitive robots. He has an MBA from Rice University’s Jones School of Business.