PORTLAND — Baker Newman Noyes, along with guest speakers from Information Builders and Arkatechture, will hold a breakfast 7:30-10 a.m. Wednesday, June 5, at the Regency Hotel, 20 Milk St. Learn about data management from start to finish and how it can help you better run your business and better position it for well-managed growth. You’ll hear success stories, tips, and best practices, and learn about some of the tools and technologies that support effective data programs.
Steven Webb is a senior manager in the risk and business advisory practice at Baker Newman Noyes. Steven specializes in operations and information systems development, including developing long-term software solutions, manual process reengineering and managing project teams at all levels of business and technical staff.
Jennifer Peary is a senior account executive with Information Builders, serving a variety of clients and prospects in the New England area. Jenn specializes in helping clients leverage technology to drive business results. She focuses on data integration, data quality and analytics.
Jamie Jackson is an information technology professional with more than 20 years of diverse experience in the financial, insurance and retail industries. He founded Arkatechture in 2012 and currently serves as chief executive officer. Jamie is responsible for architecture, development and team management for large operational, data warehouse and decision support systems.
Who should attend: C-level executives, presidents and directors of small to mid-size organizations across industries, as well as anyone responsible for managing data and legacy systems within a business, including maintaining, tracking and reporting.