Data Management User Group

27 February 2020 | 1:30 - 4:30

We would like to invite you to our next Data Management User Group, which we will be holding at Experian's Customer Innovation Experience centre, located on the 34th floor of the Salesforce Tower, London.

Our User Group is an opportunity for our customers to get together, share best practice as well as feedback any changes they would like to be made to our products. It is a forum for like-minded Data Management professionals.

Our current agenda includes a full demo of Aperture Data Studio version 2 which launched on the 14th of January. We will also be taking you through our new Duplicates Workbench which leverages machine learning to de-dupe and harmonise your data. We are also looking to secure a speaker from one of our clients – more details will follow in due course!

The User Group will be followed by drinks at a nearby location. We look forward to seeing you all there.


Purpose:

  • Allows you, our customers, to get together and share best practice
  • Feedback any changes you would like to be made to our products
  • A forum for like minded Data Management professionals

Agenda:

  • A full demo of Aperture Data Studio version 2 which launched on the 14th of January
  • Utilizing smart machine learning in Aperture Data Studio – duplicates workbench
  • A speaker session from one of our clients, Mo Chaudri

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