Ask the Expert Webinar Series

How Do We Make Our Data a Trusted and Reusable Asset?

Feb. 3 • 11 a.m. ET • Cost: Complimentary

About the webinar

Data quality is a top-of-mind issue for most organizations.

As data assets and usage needs grow, so do the realities of needing to better utilize that data as a trusted and reusable asset.

A solid data governance organization provides the discipline and methodology to do just that.

This webinar will explore common data quality challenges and their associated misconceptions and give participants a clear definition of the different types of data quality.

After discussing how data governance and the role of data stewardship support data quality efforts, participants will be left with a plan to execute or extend data governance to solve for their unique situations.

You will learn:

  • Common misconceptions about data quality.
  • Organizational reasons for poor data quality.
  • The types and scope of data quality.
  • The role of data stewards.
  • How to organize a data governance program to support improvement and measurement of data quality.

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About the Expert


Mary Anne Hopper
Senior Manager, Management and Advisory Consulting, SAS

Mary Anne has more than 20 years of experience helping clients develop and execute strategies in the areas of data governance, data management, master data management, and reporting and analytics. Her global experience has covered numerous industries and data subject areas including financial services, retail, education, government, manufacturing, partner management, website analytics, supply chain management, and health and life sciences throughout the Western Hemisphere. Mary Anne is a co-author of the SAS® Data Management Framework and SAS Data Governance Maturity Model.