Data Strategy Briefing

2 hours
A comprehensive data strategy requires marrying data, technology and business objectives to desired outcomes. This briefing explores the importance of a formal enterprise data strategy.


We'll break down the data strategy development process into a series of steps that examine the data flow from source to consumable, actionable insights. The resulting data strategy will ultimately align data use cases and business objectives through technology. Business value through data driven insights at scale is the primary focus of this data strategy briefing. Along the way we'll share lessons learned.

It's important to understand how a data strategy will add value to your business. WWT experts will ensure a common understanding of what a strong data looks like and the steps for developing it. We will provide a technology agnostic view of what we have seen working and not working for customers regarding data strategy.

Topics covered

  • The foundational components of solid data strategy
  • The business of data
    • Data use cases and business outcomes
    • The building blocks of a data driven business
      • Data engineering
      • Artificial intelligence and data science
      • Data analytics and visualizations
      • Data governance
  • The people of data
    • People
    • Skills
    • Organization structure
  • The technology of data
    • High performance architecture
    • Data resilience
    • Data storage
  • Case Studies

What is a Briefing? A scheduled event with a WWT Subject Matter Expert – typically via a live Webex – where our experts present an overview of specific topics, technologies, capabilities or market trends. Your attendees are allotted time for Q&A to pose questions specific to your organization.

Who Should Attend? CEOs, CIOs, CDOs, data owners, line of business owners and IT Directors. Anyone interested in learning more about how data strategy can change how they do business today and deliver relevant services to end-users.

Post Briefing Actions? If the information in this briefing seems too high level or a briefing has already been completed, we have more in-depth options available for each area of focus.