Nate LaFerle

Nate LaFerle brings extensive enterprise data management experience through large-scale global data strategy and migration engagements in retail, manufacturing, finance, pharmaceuticals and the public sector. Based in Chicago, he currently leads a multi-year BackOffice engagement at a Fortune 500 life sciences organization.

  • Maintaining Data Momentum After Go-Live

    Maintaining Data Momentum After Go-Live

    You've migrated data to a new system, congrats! Celebrate your great achievement, but don't lose sight of the fact that when it comes to data quality, you're just getting started.

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  • All Data is Local: Playing Nice in the Global Sandbox

    All Data is Local: Playing Nice in the Global Sandbox

    An ERP implementation involves the merger of multiple business units into a single global instance. See common trends that emerge from local and global data and the effects it has on master data.

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  • In Data We Trust: Restoring Faith in Master Data

    In Data We Trust: Restoring Faith in Master Data

    In an environment where users have truly lost a sense of trust in their data, we must develop a strategy to restore trust in order to truly prove effective data governance.

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  • Avoiding the Master Data Game of Telephone

    Avoiding the Master Data Game of Telephone

    Poor data quality is a snowballing effect that can be owed to the miscommunication between systems and employees. The answer to the problems lies in a sound information governance strategy.

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  • In Search of the Empowered Data Steward

    In Search of the Empowered Data Steward

    One of the most important emerging roles in information governance is the data steward. We look to these tech savvy, data-driven individuals to make data quality a business imperative.

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