CoffeeCAST – #2 – Get the Customer the Data with IPEDO

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This is the Second of Episode of Coffee Conversations with Stephen Hayward of Project X.

Today we will be talking with Tim Matthews, Co-Founder and VP Marketing from Ipedo in regards to:

  • Enterprise Information Integration – introduction and where it sits in the Enterprise Architecture
  • Data as a Service
  • How it can enhance and enrich Data Governance

So please enjoy, feel free to comment and have a great day!

 

Download cc_2_enterprise_information_integration_v2.mp3

Our Podcast is available on iTunes as well as here for download

You can also go and visit Tim at his Blog

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This is Tim by the way.

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    Another good Coffee Conversation Steve (which I enjoyed listening to over a good latte of my own!). I found the content really informative and Tim did a great job driving home the concept of how this all sits within the enterprise. Look forward to hearing next week’s coffeeCast.

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