There is this Futurama episode centered around the idea that we have the technology, we just don’t have the budget. A character had lost his leg, and because they had the technology to do so, they were able to replace his leg… with a mop and a bucket. With digital transformation, your company may have the technology to mine the data, but if that data isn’t accessible, well, you’re going to be walking around with a mop and a bucket for a leg.
Join CEO Priscilla McKinney as she welcomes Thor Olof Philogène, CEO and founder of Stravito, to the show. Thor’s company helps organizations centralize and democratize access to market research and insights through the use of their AI-powered knowledge management platform for market research and insights. Say goodbye to mops and buckets, horrendously long email threads, dozens of log-ins, and the endless search for data that maybe Carl had access to, or was it Suzanne….
On the podcast, Thor walks us through why data management and democratization are necessary for companies to get data out of silos, increase efficiency, build narratives around key business topics, and improve high-level strategic decision-making.
As Thor says, “This has created a single source of truth within organizations that achieves clarity in terms of a common thread.” Best news ever? Market research and insights delivered to you via a Google-like search experience.
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“There is enormous opportunity for companies to build on privacy” If you’re curious about what is happening today with cyber security, this episode is for you! Today on Digital Transformation Success, Priscilla McKinney sits down to talk with Elena Elkina, Co-founder and board member for Women in Security and Privacy, to discuss what is new and current regarding data protection. For the last decade, Elena has worked on creating enterprise-level global privacy and data protection programs. Elena has developed and implemented regulatory frameworks, risk gap assessments, maturity models, long-term roadmaps and data protection policies; so it is safe to say she knows what she is talking about! Elena wants to highlight that many companies around the world are struggling with the emergence of new data and privacy regulations. The line between privacy and security is getting blurrier and blurrier. Privacy is very industry-specific and ever-changing in the United States, and there is enormous opportunity for companies to build on privacy. Privacy is a manual discipline and Elena believes we need more innovation and technology. The manual aspect of privacy has been a roadblock for many companies. All companies are dealing with so many different tools, that an automated solution is necessary at this point. Want to know more? Feel free to reach out to Elena at email@example.com Listen >