Tyler Warden

As VP, Product Management Tyler is responsible for the product strategy and roadmap of BackOffice Associates' software products. These software products include a platform for data stewardship, Data Migration, Enterprise Data Quality, Master Data Management, and Information Governance. He is a member of both the Strategic and Product leadership teams and is instrumental in the development and driving of the product strategy and vision. In his time at BackOffice, Tyler has worked in all areas of R&D as well as at customer sites giving him a unique perspective on the needs of the Information Governance market and the current and future needs of customers. A leading voice in the data management and governance industry, Tyler is a common contributor to industry publications as well as a speaker at conferences around the world.

  • Getting Data Right Drives Successful RPA Outcomes

    Getting Data Right Drives Successful RPA Outcomes

    To realize the promise of robotic process automation (RPA), a solid data foundation built on high-quality, relevant data is absolutely necessary.

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  • How To Get the Most Out of SAPPHIRE NOW 2019: A Vendor’s Perspective

    How To Get the Most Out of SAPPHIRE NOW 2019: A Vendor’s Perspective

    A Vendor's Persepctive on How to Get the Most Out of Your SAPPHIRE NOW Experience

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  • 3 Trends to Watch at SAPPHIRE NOW 2019: Data and the Intelligent Enterprise

    3 Trends to Watch at SAPPHIRE NOW 2019: Data and the Intelligent Enterprise

    Three major themes you're likely to see at SAPPHIRE NOW 2019

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  • The Realities of Machine Learning for the Benefit of Tech Leaders

    The Realities of Machine Learning for the Benefit of Tech Leaders

    In the cycle of technology buzzwords, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning have become part of the regular vernacular used to make technology seem more relevant, modern and innovative.

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  • Setting and Enforcing Governance Policies

    Setting and Enforcing Governance Policies

    Learn from best-practice advice and real user insight on information governance strategies.

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  • Move to Cloud - The Road to SAPPHIRE

    Move to Cloud - The Road to SAPPHIRE

    Organizational software decisions are changing just as policies are enforced in different ways.

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  • Stepping Up Your Data Governance Strategy

    Stepping Up Your Data Governance Strategy

    Data governance has traditionally revolved around what data records and elements were most important. Look past that and you'll see a more holistic approach that expands what data is worth governing.

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  • Business Process Governance

    Business Process Governance

    Provide oversight, control and trust to not only the data in your business processes, but to the outcomes of the processes themselves with business process governance.

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  • Enforcing Policy: Hitting The Notes

    Enforcing Policy: Hitting The Notes

    Learn how working in harmony with the setting of data policies and the enforcement of those policies creates a focused and efficient approach to information governance.

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  • Setting Policy: The Moneyball Approach

    Setting Policy: The Moneyball Approach

    See how the "Moneyball Approach" can be applied to information governance policies and how the connection between management decisions and flow of your data ensures the value of data is maximized.

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  • Manage Data for Better Business Processes

    Manage Data for Better Business Processes

    How do you manage and monetize information? Join Tyler Warden as he shows you how to manage data for better business processes.

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  • 2015 BackOffice Associates Year In Review

    2015 BackOffice Associates Year In Review

    Traveling back in time, we look at BackOffice Associates' 2015 year in review, which includes our data journey, the year of data governance and analyst recognition.

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  • 7 Reasons Why Data Programs Need to Involve the Business User

    7 Reasons Why Data Programs Need to Involve the Business User

    For data programs to be successful, the business needs to be involved early and often. There are many reasons this involvement leads to success, but here are 7 big ones.

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  • Information Governance Business Processes: Modernization

    Information Governance Business Processes: Modernization

    Learn about the differences between implementing a data migration versus a data modernization aimed at high quality data tuned to execute the business processes of your organization.

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  • Information Governance Business Process: Archive

    Information Governance Business Process: Archive

    When data is no longer needed, it is no longer needed for a reason. Learn how to get a smoother running system with less data waste.

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  • Information Governance Business Process: Governance

    Information Governance Business Process: Governance

    Having active data governance business processes in place can prevent invalid, irrelevant, non-business ready data from ever reaching your systems of record.

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  • Information Governance Business Process: Cleansing

    Information Governance Business Process: Cleansing

    Learn how to get high performing data cleansing and flow and tracking of data cleansing for your enterprise data when establishing effective business processes.

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  • Information Governance Business Process: Monitoring

    Information Governance Business Process: Monitoring

    The first step in reaching six sigma data quality is to create data standards to use in monitoring your data. Now it's time to start tying your business process together.

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  • Information Governance Business Processes: Planning

    Information Governance Business Processes: Planning

    The first and often most important aspect of the business process of planning around information governance lies is in the assessment of the current state of your data. Learn why.

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  • Being Content with Information Governance Content

    Being Content with Information Governance Content

    Determining bad data is more an art than a science, in ways that your data can be valid but not business-ready, and business-ready but not relevant. To help you determine, look to quality content.

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