The Data Vault Modelling & Data Governance Conference

One-day conference with 2 parallel tracks: one on data vault modelling and one on data governance 

7 October 2019 (9h30-17h30)
Location: Parker Hotel (Diegem)
Presented in English by Opening keynote, closing keynote, and 10 half-hour presentations in between 
Price: 450 EUR (excl. 21% VAT) 

In the age of digital transformation, big data, data-driven business and Industrie 4.0, good data modelling skills and a great data management architecture and infrastructure is crucial.

During this one-day conference on Data Vault Modelling and Data Governance, we look at strategies, guidelines and technologies for supporting the data management capabilities of the future.

This includes, but is not limited to:

  • data strategy,
  • master data management solutions,
  • next-generation data integration solutions,
  • future-proof data modelling techniques,
  • data-vault modelling,
  • data warehouse automation,
  • enterprise data governance,
  • etc

If data is your strategic asset, why is good data modelling and data governance so often seen as an afterthought ?

Conference organised in cooperation with: 

The DV-Community is a special interest group for anyone interested in Data Warehouse Automation.

Compact Programme of the Data Vault Modelling and Data Governance Conference:
TimeRoom ARoom B
9h30Words of Welcome by the Conference Chairmen (Rooms A + B)
9h45Opening Keynote: The Data Empire Strikes Back 
(Pierre Marchand – Chief Data Officer at Keytrade Bank)
This presentation contains Pierre’s view on the evolution in data management, the vision, strategy, roadmap, architecture, quality and current applications, based on 15+ years of experience in data strategy and data analytics
10h30Session Pitches: every speaker gets 1 minute to present his/her talk
11h00Coffee/Tea, Networking and Exhibitions
11h30Morning Presentations (all presentations are 30 minutes, with 15 minutes after these 2 presentations to answer questions (Q&A)
11h30 – 12h45Cluster 1A: Data Vault Modelling – Morning Sessions
Fact Oriented Information Modeling (Marco Wobben, BCP Software)


Data Hub for the financial market: a real time data vault implementation feeding applications and information marts (Tim Scott and Koen Verheyen, Argenta)
Cluster 1B: Data Governance – Morning Sessions
The hard sell of Data Governance: Getting the organisation and people behind your data governance programme (Michiel De Keyzer, PwC)

Data Stewardship at Elia: How we shifted to a new paradigm by updating the definition of Data Steward (Cédric Charlier, Elia)
12h45Lunch, Networking and Exhibitions
14h00Afternoon Presentations
14h00-15h45Cluster 2A: Data Vault Modelling – Afternoon Session 
Data Warehouse Automation and Data Vault implementation in Open Source technology (Bart Gielen, DataSense)


To be Confirmed

Integrate Information Quality in your Data Warehouse Architecture (Ivan Schotsmans, DV Community)
Cluster 2B: Data Governance, Afternoon Sessions
Non-Invasive Data Governance; The Path of Least Resistance and Greatest Success (Ronald Kok, Scamander Solutions)

To be Confirmed

From the Data Governance trenches: A real-life perspective (Luc Delanglez, DataLumen)
15h45Coffee/Tea, Networking and Room Switch
16h15Closing Keynote: Michael Olschimke (Scalefree)
17h15End of the Conference, Start of the Networking Drink

During this conference, companies that offer related advice, consulting and/or tools have the opportunity to bring their company to the attention of this highly targeted and interested audience. More information about this can be found at the web site of IT Works.

Register here!

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