Date: 30th Oct 2013
Venue: Elements Restaurant, Princeton
As pharmaceutical application environments get bigger and more complex, testing teams become susceptible to significant inefficiencies and project delays. Incomplete, missing, or irrelevant test data sets can wreak havoc on any QA cycle. And now with more than 80% of enterprises turning to outsourcers to offload costs and speed testing cycles, the option of using copied production data is ruled out if there is a risk of exposing sensitive data to non-employees.
Hear examples of how Industry leaders have met their objectives successfully!
Test data management solutions combine the use of test data subsetting techniques with data masking to create purpose-built and secure test data sets. Enterprises and outsourcers are standardizing their testing centers of excellence based on these strategies saving millions in time, resources, and higher quality applications.
At this dinner event, we will share how you can:
- Streamline test data management processes internally and with outsourcers
- Protect PII, HR or confidential data throughout the application lifecycle
- Apply test data management best practices to the cloud and SaaS (i.e. SFDC).
Vice President Product Marketing ILM, Informatica
(Former Sr. Analyst & VP of Enterprise Strategy Group)
Julie is responsible for product marketing strategies ensuring Informatica ILM solutions are aligned with the market needs and direction. Julie joins Informatica from the industry analyst firm ESG, where she served as Vice President covering Big Data and data management best practices as well as managing the end-user consulting practice. Prior to joining ESG, Julie was President and Founder of CentricInfo, a consulting firm acquired by ESG, specializing in implementing Data Governance and Data Center Optimization programs. Julie also held various sales, marketing, and engineering positions at companies such as Solix Technologies, EMC, Oracle and Raytheon.