3 Lessons from Moving From Manual to Automated Data Curation with Thomson Reuters
During a one-hour webinar, guest speakers Wilbur Swan, Vice President, Enterprise Metadata Services at Thomson Reuters and Carlos Azeglio, Delivery Lead-Strategic Integrations, will discuss the challenges of manual enterprise data curation, and how, by implementing Tamr’s solution, Thomson Reuters was able to dramatically reduce the amount of time required to review and curate data records while significantly enriching the data by unifying disparate internal and external sources. Further, they will provide details for additional project savings – from automated data attribute matching to improvements in human collaboration workflow.
In this webinar, Wilbur and Carlos will discuss:
- The impact of the massive growth of data within Thomson Reuters,
- The limitations of manual data curation efforts,
- The process of moving to automated data preparation and curation, and
- The multiple benefits in terms of cost and time savings associated with the Tamr solution.
About Wilbur Swan, Vice President, Enterprise Metadata Services at Thomson Reuters
Leading metadata and big data strategy, capability, and evangelism for structured and unstructured Thomson Reuters content, as a member of the corporate technology team. Responsible for a global team, developing big, open, and linked data solutions in collaboration with business partners in the legal, financial, and professional sectors.
For more information and a list of publications, please visit Wilbur’s web page.
About Carlos Azeglio, Delivery Lead – Strategic Integrations
Carlos leads a global content curation team that is responsible for authority files and content management of reference data within Thomson Reuters.