Webinar: Seven Mistakes You Can't Afford to Make!

By: Calvin Tang

Abstract: Karen Lopez will show you the seven worst mistakes you could make in data management

Embarcadero Technologies
Seven Mistakes You Can't Afford to Make

What if you could have an industry expert share with you the seven worst mistakes you could make in data management, and more importantly, how to recognize and avoid them?

You can. Join industry expert Karen Lopez for a free technical webinar that will quickly give you the critical knowledge for which companies normally hire consultants.

In this webinar you’ll learn about:

  • How to recognize the most costly data management blunders, and get insider tips on how to correct them…before they get worse
  • Best practices in data management and data modeling
  • How to accomplish enterprise goals that would be nearly impossible with manual data management processes 
  • How to use the proper tools and techniques in delivering project outcomes

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About the Presenter
Karen Lopez, Principal Consultant, InfoAdvisors, Inc.
Karen is Principal Consultant at InfoAdvisors Inc. She has more than twenty years of experience in helping organizations implement large, multi-project programs. In her role as an IT project manager, she has coached many architects and developers on how to stay focused on the real goals of their projects. She wants you to see your models used, enjoyed, and respected. She is also the Moderator of InfoAdvisors/ITBoards.com IRM discussion groups, an online community of several thousand data management professionals. For more information, visit https://www.infoadvisors.com.


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All registrants will receive the expert whitepaper, “Enterprise Data Management: 7 Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make.”

Karen Lopez
Karen Lopez, InfoAdvisors, Inc.

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