- Date:Jul. 22, 2021
- Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST
More than 90 percent of all businesses are engaged in some form of digital initiative, according to Gartner, including cloud migration, application development and modernization, and data governance for GDPR and compliance with other regulations.
Of course, data is at the heart of any digital transformation effort. But it’s also at the root of complications that often prevent success.
Join us to learn about a new approach and technology platform that can improve the success of your digital transformation projects and maximize their impact.It starts with data intelligence to understand your data landscape: what data you have, where it originated, how it has transformed and if there are any sensitivities or risks associated with it, for example.
Then by aligning data operations, data protection and data governance, you empower all your stakeholders – those in both the front and back office – to bring the right data to every decision.
Helping both IT and the business understand enterprise data and the systems that manage and protect it ensures the availability of an accurate, real-time, high-quality data pipeline on which to make day-to-day operational and larger strategic decisions.
That’s what it means to be data empowered and therefore truly a data-driven enterprise.
Venkat Rajaji VP Products, ISM BU at Quest
Venkat Rajaji is Vice President of Products for the Information and Systems Management Business Unit of Quest Software. He is responsible for product management, marketing and operations for the Quest Data Empowerment solution portfolio that helps organizations align their data operations, data protection and data governance initiatives through greater data intelligence.
Before joining Quest, Venkat was Senior Vice President of Marketing for Core Security where he rebranded the company and helped grow pipeline and bookings by 35 percent. Prior to Core, he served as Vice President of Sales Operations and License Compliance at Aptean. Venkat began his career in consulting with IBM and Accenture and went on to hold various product management and marketing roles with Infor.
Venkat enjoys spending non-working hours with his wife and their three children.