A New Alternative for Rapidly Developing High-quality, Customer-centric Business Applications
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  Michael Ott   Michael M. Ott
Senior Vice President
Innovative Systems, Inc.


Monday, April 28, 2014
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Level:  Product/Service Offering

The list of projects facing IT groups is often greater than the resources made available to them; however, business users, under increasing competitive pressure, are mandated to find solutions to improve their businesses. This presentation will review a new alternative for helping both sides meet their goals. The presentation will focus on two areas:

The first is an overview of components of the Synchronos® platform:

  • Enterprise Customer Database Model
  • Integrated Data Management Tools
  • Robust Security Model
  • Screen Development Capability for Customization by Users
  • Powerful Reporting Capabilities

The second area will be a review of example applications that have been produced using this platform, including MDM, Call Center, and Loyalty applications.

Michael M. Ott is a Senior Vice President of Innovative Systems, Inc., a global leader in the development and delivery of MDM, Data Governance, Data Quality, and AML compliance solutions. Mr. Ott has extensive experience in executive management, marketing, business development, product management, and software development. He currently oversees the Data Management, MDM, and business solutions areas for Innovative Systems. For 30+ years, Mr. Ott has been involved in managing the delivery of MDM, risk management, data governance, and data quality consulting and solutions to some of the largest companies in the world. He frequently speaks on topics related to achieving better business results through more effective data management and data governance approaches. Mr. Ott received a Bachelor of Economics degree from Allegheny College and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Pittsburgh with a dual concentration in Marketing and Information Systems.

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