Data SIG Meeting July 2020

Register now for the next (virtual) meeting of the SAUG Data SIG, hosted by the Data SIG Lead, Dave Hartwich from AGL. Don’t miss this opportunity for all Data practitioners, Data Scientists and those interested in Data, to learn and share knowledge about topics such as Data Governance, Master Data Management, Data Cleansing & Quality, Data Migration, Security and much more.

In this upcoming meeting, the focus will be on developing your data strategy for optimal business outcomes. As well, you will meet the SIG Lead, Dave Hartwich and have the opportunity to discuss and learn about from others, any data related topics in the general discussion. Don’t miss out.


  • Introductions/Agenda for the SIG – Data SIG Lead, Dave Hartwich, AGL
  • Expert Presentation: Developing a data strategy
    Learn about how to develop a data strategy for best business outcomes based on best practice methodologies – Balaji Ramamurthy, Data Expert, SAP
  • Secure and Automated SAP Test Data Management: Slice and Scramble Sensitive SAP Data
    In this presentation, Marcus will give you some insights on how to obtain reliable, realistic and consistent test data for your development, test and training systems. Marcus will also explain how to prepare tests faster to shorten your overall project duration and how to protect sensitive personal information - Marcus Scott, Managing Director, SNP Australia
  • General Discussion, organisation updates, future SIG topics and more

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This SIG is proudly supported by SAUG Partner

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Event details

Tuesday July 7, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

7 Jul 20 9:00 AM


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