Common Sense for Data Ownership - Alain Brousseau, WhoisEDI
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Dreaming about getting the best data instantly and every time? The world is moving, and it's moving fast. Every person who has your coordinates in a little address book or cell phone owns a piece of ...

Dreaming about getting the best data instantly and every time? The world is moving, and it's moving fast. Every person who has your coordinates in a little address book or cell phone owns a piece of you. And you, the legitimate owner of the information, have zero control over it. From this presentation, you'll learn how to regain ownership of your information and efficiently access your trading partners' information while improving your B2B processes.

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    Common Sense for Data Ownership - Alain Brousseau, WhoisEDI Common Sense for Data Ownership - Alain Brousseau, WhoisEDI Presentation Transcript

    • Common Sense for Data Ownership IDEA - eBiz Forum 2013 September 26, 2013
    • Agenda • Your hosts • EDI data: not only bits and bytes • Your data is everywhere • Data ownership: what it is? • Questions and answers • Conclusion
    • Your hosts Alain Brousseau, WhoisEDI founder and CEO • Web application programmer • More than 10 years of EDI experience for Intertrade (Van) • Hydro-Quebec, McKesson Canada, CN Railways, National Bank of Canada
    • Your hosts Robert Richer, WhoisEDI co-founder and VP • More then 25 years of EDI experience • EDI Project manager at Intertrade (Van) • EDI Coordinator at Nortel, IPEX, Metro
    • Data required for EDI • The EDI profile: • Your Sender ID • Your EDI capacities • Documents • Your EDI guidelines • Your communication method • Van • Third-Party • AS2 • FTP • Web EDI
    • Data required for EDI • The people: • EDI coordinator • Accounts payable/receivable • Procurement • Sales • The company: • Head Office (Bill-to) • Locations (Ship-to) • Warehouses • Stores • Distribution centers • Plan
    • Data required for EDI • The goods: • Unit of measure • Pricing • Packaging • UPC Code • SKU • Description (multilingual) • Etc.
    • How to obtain and share • Emails • Phone • Surveys • Company web site • Google • Van or Third-party • Co-Workers
    • And we end up with… Clients needs Suppliers needs - EDI Profile - Contacts - Locations - Documents - ... - EDI Profile - Contacts - Locations - Documents - ...
    • • Supplier information is used by many functions across the organization … • … each function captures a minimum of 40 fields of supplier information, with at least 25 of these fields representing the same information. • Visibility = Saving
    • An Economic Dream: Supplier Information Technology’s Massive Cost-Saving Opportunity, AMR Research (Gartner), 2009
    • The situation occurs internally
    • Where is your data? • Your trading partners’ Excel spreadsheets • Your trading partners’ internal databases • Your trading partners’ ERP systems • Your VAN • Your trading partners’ cell phones How do you make sure everyone has your TRUE data?
    • Where are your TPs’ data? • On Excel spreadsheets on your computer • Inside internal databases on your server • In your company’s ERP system • With THEIR VAN • On your cell phone !!! How do you make sure that you have your TPs’ TRUE data?
    • What can you do with TRUE data • You act safely • You act precisely • You act rapidly • You make better decisions You become efficient = Save time = Save money
    • A brief anecdote …And then problems occurred… A not so long time ago, I was working at Intertrade, a tier one VAN… …Finally, I'm living a happy life with my 2 children! The End The moral of this story: The quality of the data is critical to success for you, your industry and EDI in general.
    • Data ownership ???? Data ownership refers to both the possession of and responsibility for information. Ownership implies power as well as control. The control of information includes not just the ability to access, create, modify, package, derive benefit from, sell or remove data, but also the right to assign these access privileges to others (Loshin, 2002).
    • Magical business card ♫
    • Examples in this world Data you own: • Your LinkedIn profile • Your Facebook profile • Dating web sites Data you don’t own: • Your phone number and address in the yellow pages • Your business card given to a contact • Your EDI-related data
    • What can we do about it Clients Suppliers EDI Profile Contacts Locations Documents ... Global interactive registry
    • Questions Answer
    • Thank you! See you in the Tech Center at Booth #2