DAMA-Ottawa is proud to be associated with the following partners:
Ottawa Chapter of the Data Warehousing Institure: www.tdwichapters.org/ottawa
TDWI (The Data Warehousing Institute) provides education, training, certification, news, and research for executives and information technology (IT) professionals worldwide. Founded in1995, TDWI is the premier educational institute for business intelligence and data warehousing.
EDM Council: www.edmcouncil.org
The EDM Council is a non-profit trade association created by leading financial industry participants. Its primary purpose is to address the issues and challenges associated with managing data content as a business and operational priority. This helps ensure that the data used for business processing and regulatory oversight is trusted to be fit-for-purpose, accessible when needed, easy to integrate into downstream systems and comparable across multiple sources
without the requirement of additional transformation or the need for manual reconciliation.
Technics Publications: www.technicspub.com/
Technics Publications, owned and operated by renowned author, Steve Hoberman, is a close ally and supporter of DAMA International (Steve graciously donates an extra-portion of the proceeds from each sale of a DAMA publication to the DAMA- I foundation) His company offers an extensive collection of specialty data management publications, and he offers volume discounts.
Wilshire Conferences: www.wilshireconferences.com/
Wilshire Conferences is the exclusive organizer for DAMA International conferences, including the worlds leading Data Management conference – Enterprise Data World. A significant portion of the proceeds from these conferences goes back to DAMA – I, hence in attending a conference not only are you learning and networking with the worlds leading experts in data management, you are provided the much needed financial support to DAMA-I.
The Research Data Strategy: www.rds-sdr.cisti-icist.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/
The Research Data Strategy Working Group is a collaborative effort to address the challenges and issues surrounding the access and preservation of data arising from Canadian research.
Ottawa-Gatineau Chapter of the Association of Open Group Enterprise Architects: https://chapters.aogea.org/ottawa/
Where Enterprise Architects and Planners share ideas to improve the profession and deliver e-Government.