VIDEO RECAP | Equalum & Bloor Group | Synchronicity - A Mandate for Today's Information Architectures

by Caroline Maier

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January 20, 2021 8:56pm


Information architectures work until they don't. For companies that tempt fate by waiting too long before modernizing, the pain can be very real, and costly. But for organizations that invest carefully in the next generation of data orchestration, the benefits can be remarkable: streamlined workflows; faster time-to-market; super-charged profitability and more. How can your company lead the charge into the next Age of Data?

In this episode of The Briefing Room, host Eric Kavanagh explains why the dynamics of today's Information Economy call for a comprehensive data integration strategy. Joined by Erez Alsheich, VP of Product for Equalum, Alsheich demonstrates how Equalum solves for the most challenging aspects of modern data management. He'll show how the platform leverages Change Data Capture technology at-scale, to facilitate end-to-end data ingestion, real-time integration, and synchronization across a wide spectrum of sources and targets -- all via a low-code/no-code user interface.


Event Moderators

Eric Kavanagh CEO, The Bloor Group

Eric has more than 20 years of experience as a career journalist with a keen focus on enterprise technologies. He designs and moderates a variety of New Media programs, including The Briefing Room, DM Radio, as well as GARP’s Leadership and Research Webinars. His mission is to help people leverage the power of software, methodologies, and politics to get things done.

Erez Alsheich - VP Product, Equalum
Erez is a data platform professional with over 20 years of experience in various hands-on, managerial and business development roles. Erez founded, led and sold two leading Israeli data platform consulting companies.

Synchronicity -- A Mandate for Today's Information Architectures - Webinar with Equalum & The Bloor Group

February 2021

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