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Julie Lockner

Community Leader Redwood City , CA

As an application leader, your job is to manage a portfolio of enterprise applications. If you do it right, these applications will be a strategic advantage for your organization. You need to ensure that these applications are delivering business value, meet the changing needs of your business counterparts, and are delivering timely and trustworthy data for business decisions and processes.

Julie Lockner heads the marketing group for Infomatica Lifecycle Management products. She has worked in enterprise software and data governance as a consultant and in Technology Strategy at EMC.

We hope Potential at Work for Application Leaders becomes a trusted destination to hear industry leaders discuss the best practices and challenges in managing enterprise applications so that they can deliver business value from those applications.