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If you work in the New York, Dallas or San Jose markets you have a great opportunity to come see my friend Jill Dyche give a presentation on CDI. She is anchoring the Executive Summitt on Customer Data Integration. The event is being produced by the Business Intelligence Network and covers the following topics:

  • The difference between CDI, business intelligence, and CRM and how CDI is different.
  • How companies are introducing CDI into their own organizations — and reaping the rewards.
  • The business drivers of MDM and CDI.
  • Definition of the organizational components that affected CDI-type activities.
  • The motivations and technologies that can create a single, unified view of the customer.
  • Examples of successful CDI implementations

Jill's presentation covers the following:
Why CDI Has Staying Power
speaker_jill.jpgIt's no coincidence that Customer Data Integration (CDI) incorporates what might be the three most important words in business today. As the buzz around CDI and Master Data Management becomes more amplified, many companies question the difference between CDI and their established technologies. In this session, consultant and author Jill Dyché will discuss why the data integration market is hotter than ever—hint: the business is starting to get it!—and present a compelling argument for why CDI is different from other strategic technologies and how it can propel your company forward, both technologically and strategically.

gifts.jpgThe event is free plus if you attend you get breakfast, a copy of Jill Dyché's latest book, and an executive pen drive.

If you are interested in attending there are still some seats available so follow this link and get signed up.

Posted April 11, 2006 9:57 AM
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