Demonstrating the Bottom Line Value of Information
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  Jolanta Sniadkowska   Jolanta Sniadkowska
Senior Enterprise Architect
Export Development Canada
  Liseanne Cadieux   Liseanne Cadieux
Senior Advisor
Export Development Canada


Wednesday, April 5, 2017
09:30 AM - 10:15 AM

Level:  Introductory

We all know that information is a valuable asset, but how valuable is it really? Just as the sensitivity of information may be elevated, the same is also true for its value. Join us as we walk you through our approach to determining the value of our information.

The valuation of information assets drives the faceted categorization of information based on business value and risk and allows for fact-driven decision making on:

  • Level of investment in specific information assets and repositories
  • Prioritizing resources to steward and ensure information quality
  • Projects related to information management
  • Retention and disposition schedules
  • Enterprise search
  • External value and information that deserves attention

Jolanta Sniadkowska is a Senior Enterprise Architect with over 30 years of experience in Information Technology focusing on Strategic Enterprise Planning, Business and Information Architecture, and Analysis and Modeling. With broad hands-on experience in end-to-end IT Solution Delivery and earlier involvement in biotechnology and the pharmaceutical industry, she has developed a pragmatic approach to applying technology to solve business problems. Before joining EDC in 2005, she was a part of a consulting practice serving multiple Departments within the Government of Canada.

Liseanne Cadieux is a Senior Advisor at EDC and formerly was with LAC and MGERC. She has implemented both eDOCS and GCDOCS (with full RSI/RM/DM module definition) and successfully piloted semantics technology for identification of contextual themes within unstructured data repositories resulting in a full shared drive closure. She is in her last six weeks of the Masters in Information Management program at Dalhousie University, where she has conducted much research into the efficacy and subsequent requirement for modifications of the Functional Classification Scheme.

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