We are pleased to announce that Bruno Billy, MDM Manager at TechnipFMC and Conrad Chuang, Director, Solutions Strategy at Orchestra Networks will deliver a keynote at the upcoming MDM & Data Governance Summit San Francisco on Wednesday, October 11, 2017.
Leveraging Enterprise Multi-Domain MDM in Multi-Year Merger Endeavor
- Applying lessons learned from 6 years of achievements driving an enterprise-wide multi-domain MDM program spanning 48 countries
- Turning “data as an asset” vision into a reality
- Improving stakeholder confidence via consistent/accurate master data & hierarchies (verify/audit at any time)
Wednesday, October 11 - 11:45am-12:30pm.
Group MDM Manager, TechnipFMC
Bruno BILLY is French, living with his family in Houston–Texas.
He has been working for TechnipFMC since 2013 where he is in charge of the MDM for the Group, reporting to the Chief Data Officer. He’s leading the Enterprise multi-domain MDM, started several years ago at Technip, and seen at the C-level as an accelerator for the company transformation, in particular with the recent merger with FMC Technologies.
He graduated from both a business school (AUDENCIA Nantes) and engineering school (Ecole des Mines) in Entrepreneurship and IT. He has started his career in Sales and joined IT 10 years ago when contributing to a CRM project and the setup of a referential of Customers. Since, he has always played that role of IT organization's advocate, marketer and communicator.
Director, Solutions Strategy, Orchestra Networks
Conrad Chuang is Director for Solutions Strategy at Orchestra Networks where he is responsible for positioning the EBX MDM, Data Governance and RDM products in the market. Mr. Chuang is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events where he brings significant insight from his working relationships with organizations across multiple industries and his understanding of the key challenges organizations are facing in the management of their reference data. He received his BS in Economics and Masters of Arts in International Commerce & Policy from George Mason University, followed by his MBA in High Tech Marketing & Finance from Babson College’s Franklin W. Olin Graduate School of Business.