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Sheffield Data Science Forum - Making Visible the Invisible

Making Visible the Invisible

How to rapidly discover, document & understand how your data flows and maps to your regulatory commitments. (An alternative: The next generation of Enterprise Metadata Mapping: How to map statutory regulations to your processes, people & organisation)

Howard Travers. Chief Commercial Officer at Solidatus. With over 20 years of experience in developing businesses,



Howard is an accomplished commercial director with a proven track record with start-ups. He has played a pivotal role in bringing Solidatus to market.

Solidatus is a specialised, powerful and modern data lineage tool. It’s flexible web-based application allows organisations to rapidly discover and visualise how data flows through their systems. Whether used to demonstrate regulatory lineage, improve governance, assist with transformational change projects or reduce inefficiencies in data handing, Solidatus is uniquely engineered to build end-to-end models more efficiently and effectively.

The Data Science Forum aims to provide a catalyst for networking and the sharing of knowledge between industry/business practitioners, academics and students on topics related to Data Science. The Forum is open to all and aims to create a supportive community for those working in Data Science and Analytics to discuss and find solutions to problems and issues in an informal and friendly environment. It also provides the opportunity for those to network with other practitioners.

The Forum is being organised by the University of Sheffield and Peak Indicators for data professionals located within the city of Sheffield and surrounding areas. Members can also network and seek advice through supporting online tools, such as LinkedIn and Twitter. There is no registration fee for joining the network and attending the events.

To find out more, please email: datascienceforum@sheffield.ac.uk

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The Data Science Forum aims to provide a catalyst for networking and the sharing of knowledge between industry/business practitioners, academics and students on topics related to Data Science. The Forum is open to all and aims to create a supportive community for those working in Data Science and Analytics to discuss and find solutions to problems and issues in an informal and friendly environment. It also provides the opportunity for those to network with other practitioners.

The Forum is being organised by the University of Sheffield and Peak Indicators for data professionals located within the city of Sheffield and surrounding areas. Members can also network and seek advice through supporting online tools, such as LinkedIn and Twitter. There is no registration fee for joining the network and attending the events.

To find out more, please email: datascienceforum@sheffield.ac.uk