February 20, 2020Data News Roundup – Thursday, February 20th
Decision making based on inconsistent data is responsible for an average of $15 million per year in losses to the enterprise, according to Gartner. The main contributing factor is that enterprises use a variety of tools for KPI reporting that rely on varying subsets of data. Next week, experts from AtScale will be hosting a live webinar to share how you can reduce the financial risk associated with inconsistent data by implementing a universal semantic layer across your organization.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- What is a universal semantic layer?
- How to reduce the financial risk associated with inconsistent KPI reporting.
- How to ensure business analysts can access and analyze data consistently and securely.
Below are the stories in this week’s edition of AtScale’s Data News Roundup.
Get set for recovery – top metrics for SaaS and subscription finance leaders post-quarantine – June 17th, 2020
By David Appel
Diginomica published advice from SaaS finance leaders on how to get through the worst of the COVID pandemic, while also preparing for opportunities ahead. The article featured advice from AtScale’s Pete Perron on the topic of understanding churn rates
By Manish Samal
Content on DZone takes a closer look at how COVID strengthened the importance of being an agile business and accepting this “new normal” to make their Business Continuity Plan comprehensive. Specifically, the article looks at how the pandemic pushed organizations to look at cloud migration jobs from a tactical lens along with a strategic lens.
Snowflake Launches Snowflake Partner Network to Expand Partner Offering and Commitment to the Ecosystem – June 16th, 2020
Snowflake today announced the launch of Snowflake Partner Network, a rich ecosystem of Technology and Services partners for customers to leverage in their adoption of Snowflake’s single, integrated platform.
By Karen Roby
TechRepublic published an interesting Q&A with Alicia Frame, lead product manager for data science for Neo4j, about the role of big data and graphs in COVID-19 research.
Data governance for 2020 and beyond – June 12th, 2020
By Forrester Research
Forrester penned an article in ZDNet on the need for organizations to have a data governance framework and a plan tightly aligned to the purpose, culture, and actions that live within business practices, rather than outside them.