On demand: How to Use Data to Grab Your Share of $100 Trillion

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Now available on demand: How Legacy Modernization Can Help You Capture Your Share of $100 Trillion.

This video presentation talks about how your organization should be positioned to contend for its share of that $100 trillion, and what’s holding you back. What legacy modernization is — and isn’t. How leaders such as Travelers Insurance and Cisco have achieved substantial quantified results by modernizing their legacy data estates, including:

  • $2.0+ million in savings through improved developer productivity
  • 100x improvement in uptime
  • 5x improvement in site performance
  • 98% reduction in response time
  • 75% increase in developer prod coupled with an equivalent reduction in cost
  • Taking new business applications and projects live in one month instead of nine

Presenters: Jeff Cotrupe, Jon Rangel, Shawn McCarthy
Producer: Melissa Smith

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Jeff Cotrupe and co-presenters lay out a blueprint for actionable analytic insights through data preparation

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Jeff Cotrupe and Mike Jude, Ph.D., of Stratecast joined Andy Sheldon from Unifi Software, Murthy Mathiprakasam of Informatica, and Peter Evans of Solix on a webinar titled BE PREPARED! A Lively Discussion on DATA PREPARATION.

“Everyone wants analytic insights to make smarter, faster decisions–but before we reap the benefits of analytics, we must first sow good data,” said Cotrupe. Separating the wheat from the chaff requires effective data preparation: ETL and data mashups, data wrangling, data blending, however you say it or brand it, he added. “We assert that, partly as a result of the mountains of data bearing down on companies—and partly due to the methods companies are currently using—data science and IT are spending up to 80% of their time on data preparation before they ever get to analyze the data to obtain the analytic insights their organizations crave.”

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This Stratecast event analyzes data issues companies are facing; how the explosion of new data sources is adding to the challenges; and barriers to adoption of data preparation; and presents a blueprint for data preparation.