How DataOps amplifies data and analytics business value

The pandemic has accelerated the need for data and analytics leaders to deliver data and analytics insight faster, with higher quality and resiliency in the face of constant change.

Organizations need to make better-informed and faster decisions with a focus on automation, real-time risk assessment and mitigation, continuous value delivery and agility.

As a result, data and analytics leaders are increasingly applying DataOps techniques that provide a more agile and collaborative approach to building and managing data pipelines.

Join us as we address, how to adapt your DataOps strategy to a utility value proposition, use DataOps to support data’s use as a business enabler, and support the data and analytics driver value proposition.

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