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Data Integration Summit 2017

Big data is here to stay, and data integration challenges remain at the forefront of most federal agencies’ IT departments. From the proliferation of web-based information to the widespread use of sensors and connected objects, agencies must be able to quickly make sense of an unprecedented amount of information for better decision-making and improved mission outcomes. Every agency and organization faces these challenges, but some have already solved it.

At this year’s MarkLogic Data Integration Summit, government and industry leaders will discuss how they have tackled big data successfully and extracted the insights needed to improve services and increase efficiency. “Join us” on June 20, 2017 to learn how agile data integration empowers organizations to gain more value from all of their data.

Don’t miss The World Bank Group’s Arthur Riel, acting CIO of Finance IT, and Edward Rhyne, a program manager for Homeland Security’s Advanced Research Projects Agency, speak about their agencies’ challenges around siloed information.

Harness Your Data at Mission Speed

Join us on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at the MarkLogic Data Integration Summit 2017 at the Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater, Washington, D.C.

Chief Technology Officer, Public Sector

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