By Robin Cronan, 29th May 2015
DMM8 is the latest in the extremely successful Data Migration Matters series of events, which is being held at the BCS, London on Tuesday 2nd June. Each DMM brings together the leading authorities in the data migration field including industry analysts and senior managers who have been there, done it and can share their experiences.
As one of the UK’s most respected authorities on data migration, Qbase has been invited as a guest speaker at DMM8 to discuss our experiences of failing CRM data migrations and how we used our expertise to rescue projects and deliver robust solutions.
WHY DATA MIGRATION MATTERS 8 IS FOR YOU
Here you will find Data Migration expertise both in software and services plus that all-important ingredient – battle-hardened veterans who have been there, done it and are here to share their experiences.
If you are engaged in a Data Migration for the first time or an expert wanting to catch up on the latest trends and ideas, Data Migration Matters 8 is the place to be.
There will be a full programme of presentations and panel events spread over two parallel streams with breakout sessions for networking and follow up discussions with exhibitors and experts.
There is also the opportunity to take part in hands-on workshops experiencing the latest Data Migration software from Experian Data Quality (Pandora) and Vision Solutions
The recession is now behind us and many of us are looking to extend our reach in the digital world that we now market to and therefore re-gear our enterprise architecture appropriately. This year’s event is looking further afield with speakers from Europe and beyond. Reaching further is the theme of this year’s event
DATA MIGRATION TAKES TO THE CLOUD
We are all aware of the possibilities that the maturing technologies of the cloud and SaaS have to offer, but how many of us have used its obvious potential to create the scale on-demand that Data Migration so desperately needs?
Qbase’ Technical Solutions Director, Nick Kelly, will talk about the realities of using Amazon Web Services to build and test the ETL before porting to another cloud provider where the final solution will reside. Nick’s presentation will be garnished with lessons learned from a real-life example.
If you can’t make it to DMM8, but would like to talk to us about your data migration project, contact us now and we will be happy to book a one-to-one personal consultation with you.