October 2007 meeting
Date and Time:
|Time zone||Meeting start time|
|Los Angeles (USA Pacific Time)||08:00 am Fri 19 October 2007|
|New-York City (USA Eastern Time)||11:00 am Fri 19 October 2007|
|London (UK), Dublin (Ireland)||16:00 Fri 19 October 2007|
|UTC||15:00 Fri 19 October 2007|
|Frankfurt (Western Europe)||17:00 Fri 19 October 2007|
|Manila Philippines||23:00 Fri 19 October 2007|
|Sydney Australia||01:00 Sat 20 October 2007|
|Other time zones (time and date.com)|
|Meeting duration: 60 minutes|
The IAIDQ book club is pleased to announce a special program for our next meeting.
“IDQ Webinar” Teleconference with Danette McGilvray — October 19, 2007 , 11:00 am New York City Time
We are pleased to announce that Ms. Danette McGilvray will be our distinguished guest for the October "IDQ Webinar" teleconference for IAIDQ members and their colleagues. The event takes place on Friday October 19th, 11:00am New-York City time.
We will not discuss a book or article, but will have a lively conversation, focused on providing answers to your questions. The primary theme for this session is "Data Quality, Governance and Stewardship for large-scale Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)".
The session will run 1 hour beginning at 11am New York time, 4pm London time, 11pm Manila time. For different time zones please see Meeting Time in Other Zones at: timeanddate.com.
About Danette McGilvray
Danette McGilvray is President and Principal of Granite Falls Consulting, Inc., a firm specializing in data quality management to support key business processes around customer satisfaction, decision support, and operational excellence. Her focus includes enterprise data quality programs and data quality, governance and stewardship for large-scale Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) - both during the migration project and in the production environment. An accomplished program manager and facilitator, she is a respected expert on data profiling, metrics, quality, benchmarking, and tool acquisition.
Danette is a popular invited speaker at conferences throughout the US and in Europe. She has been profiled in PC Week and HP Measure Magazine and was an invited delegate to the People's Republic of China to discuss roles and opportunities for women in the computer field.