Big Data and Big Analytics

OCDQ Radio is a vendor-neutral podcast about data quality and its related disciplines, produced and hosted by Jim Harris.

Jill Dyché is the Vice President of Thought Leadership and Education at DataFlux.  Jill’s role at DataFlux is a combination of best-practice expert, key client advisor and all-around thought leader.  She is responsible for industry education, key client strategies and market analysis in the areas of data governance, business intelligence, master data management and customer relationship management.  Jill is a regularly featured speaker and the author of several books.

Jill’s latest book, Customer Data Integration: Reaching a Single Version of the Truth (Wiley & Sons, 2006), was co-authored with Evan Levy and shows the business breakthroughs achieved with integrated customer data.

Dan Soceanu is the Director of Product Marketing and Sales Enablement at DataFlux.  Dan manages global field sales enablement and product marketing, including product messaging and marketing analysis.  Prior to joining DataFlux in 2008, Dan has held marketing, partnership and market research positions with Teradata, General Electric and FormScape, as well as data management positions in the Financial Services sector.

Dan received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, as well as earning his Master of Business Administration from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.

On this episode of OCDQ Radio, Jill Dyché, Dan Soceanu, and I discuss the recent Pacific Northwest BI Summit, where the three core conference topics were Cloud, Collaboration, and Big Data, the last of which lead to a discussion about Big Analytics.


Big Data and Big Analytics

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