E.ON Digital Transformation
Adam Famularo, the CEO of erwin, Inc., met with Dr. Juan Bernabe-Moreno, Chief Data Officer of E.ON, at the company’s headquarters in Essen, Germany, in November 2019 to discuss the energy company’s data governance program.
In this first video, they talk about how to engage internal stakeholders, from the board of directors to front-line employees, in the digital transformation process and the importance of data literacy.
The company estimates a potential savings of 30 percent on external data management costs and a 50 percent reduction in time spent on data discovery, according to our February 2019 press release.
E.ON Data Governance for Regulatory Compliance
Our CEO continues his conversation with Dr. Juan Bernabe-Moreno, Chief Data Officer of E.ON. This video focuses on regulatory compliance with advice about navigating complexity to deal with data in the proper way.
E.ON is delivering “data governance as a service” for one-stop data access and lineage within its data lake to standardize the organization’s vocabulary, meet regulatory compliance requirements, and understand and then optimize how data is used across global operations.
Leveraging Data Modeling
This video shows you how erwin Data Modeler integrates with the erwin Data Intelligence Suite.
DM User Group Mtg
Long-time erwin Data Modeler user explains her take on the product’s evolution at the June 2019 user group meeting in NYC.
erwin DI Suite
Watch an overview of the erwin Data Intelligence Suite, which combines erwin Data Catalog with erwin Data Literacy.
erwin DI for Data Governance
Learn how the erwin Data Intelligence Suite supports data governance use cases.
erwin DI for Risk/Compliance
See how the erwin Data Intelligence Suite supports risk management and regulatory compliance.
erwin Business User Portal
This video shows how this read-only tool enables users outside IT to browse models, looking at the data catalog, business terms, data mappings, code sets and policies/rules.
Building a Data Catalog
See how to catalog physical data assets and look at the underlying metadata.
Understand, design and manage data movement, including procedural code, ETL and stored procedures.
See how to create and manage catalogs of business terms, including reference data/code sets and classifying metadata.