Session Outline

Many organizations still see governance programs as must-do’s for compliance that cost money. However, by reusing and sharing information these programs can provide significant value whilst becoming compliant at the same time. This session aims to share insights and examples that help you identify opportunities to position governance as a strategic program for both short- and long-term value creation.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn how to use governance to drive data literacy instead of compliance
  • Identify value creation opportunities
  • Understand the different roles and personas involved in successful governance programs



Remy van der Kleij – Solution Architect | Informatica

Remy is a solution architect who has been working with customers across different industries and geographies on metadata management and data governance programs for over 10 years. He has extensive experience with common data governance aspects and challenges like data discovery, lineage, quality and security – both on a technical level as well as their business impact. He helps customers to understand the benefits of these initiatives to make sure they are seen as strategic programs that drive long-term business value. He lives in the Netherlands and in his spare time he likes to run, read, scuba dive an travel.

February 9 @ 10:35
10:35 — 11:45 (1h 10′)

Day 1 | 9th of February

Remy van der Kleij – Solution Architect | Informatica