Cleaner Data at McDonald’s
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  Sandy Georgas-Gait   Sandy Georgas-Gait
Manager of Data Architecture


Wednesday, April 30, 2014
10:45 AM - 11:30 AM

Level:  Intermediate

How do you actually get people to clean up their data? We did it at McDonald’s using Quality scorecards that related data issues to business issues, and simplified the process for improving quality.

This presentation will demonstrate how we created meaningful measures and worked with our data stewards to lower error rates significantly in a fast turnaround time.

Sandy Georgas-Gait has been in the Data Management profession since 1986 and is currently manages Data Architecture, Data Quality and Master Data Management for McDonald’s Global Data Warehouse. She has designed a vast number of databases in almost all major DBMS platforms, including four data warehouses, two of which were very large Teradata warehouses. She has developed several Enterprise Data Models, defined Data Architecture processes, taught new DA’s, and has developed many company specific data architecture tools and standards. She has worked in a variety of industries including energy, banking, retail, restaurant and transportation. In addition, as a graduate of the famous Second City in Chicago, she peppers her presentations with humor, making her sessions entertaining as well as educational.

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