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Five Imperatives for the Chief Data Officer

A field-tested approach for delivering high-value digital transformation

Data powers business, and the data-driven enterprise needs a data leader.

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Big data has moved from science experiment to business as usual, so companies must place a higher value on analytics and drawing insight from a single view of enterprise data. No more siloing data in discrete applications and singular use cases. With this evolution, a new leadership role has arisen: the Chief Data Officer.

CDOs are tasked to harness data and lead the digital transformations required to:

  • fuel innovation
  • improve customer experience
  • deliver business insights
  • meet compliance requirements, and
  • deliver other crucial business objectives.

In this eBook, we share many of the best practices and observations that Informatica’s Professional Services organization has collected from working closely with a variety of CDOs over many years. We share a recommended framework comprised of five practical steps for quickly assessing the business landscape and leading a high-value digital transformation that will measurably improve your business results.