Leverage or liability — transforming data chaos into data excellence

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Data is a double-edged sword. It has tremendous potential, but if mismanaged or misused, can wreak havoc on the operations, costs, revenue, and reputation of an organization. In highly regulated industries, data can be an even bigger liability. Learn how Julia Fryk, Data Architect and Engineer at Waterstone Mortgage, championed superior data management, taking the company from data chaos to data excellence. The transformation from data that could not be trusted to high-quality assets that data consumers have confidence in has made a remarkable difference and extracted more value from data.

Watch this session to learn:

  • How to overcome challenges such as lack of executive buy-in, outdated tools and practices, and inconsistent data
  • What it takes to balance data access with control and compliance

Headshot of Julia Fryk, Data Architect and Engineer at Waterstone Mortgage

Julia Fryk

Data Architect and Engineer

Waterstone Mortgage

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Danielle Sacks

Senior Solutions Engineer


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