Charles specialises in data governance, data quality and data strategy for the insurance industry. He has worked with general insurers, Lloyd’s market firms, brokers and reinsurers.
some ideas of how i can help you
Review your current approach to how data is collected, stored, managed and used
Identify suitable software tools of benefit, based on needs, benefits, costs and complexity
Build the business case for good quality data in your business
Learn about the “art of the possible” when it comes to data
Short-medium term coverage of data roles in your organisation
Identify talent to build out your team
Partner with datazed
Are you a data expert?
If you have expertise in the use of data in business, then please get in touch to discuss partnership opportunities. This could include those of you who are already working independently, or those who are looking for part-time or ad hoc opportunities.
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This reinsurance business had put in place a sophisticated controls structure to ensure that the necessary activities around data were in place. However, the activities required to complete the controls were too time consuming and onerous.
The controls became a tick-box activity and users were not able to trust their data.
Datazed reviewed the operational framework and created a lighter approach with a sharp focus on ensuring that users of data understood their data needs, and could ensure that those creating and providing their data were giving them what they required.
Insurance data and technology business
The business unit was set up to be the focal point for data and analytics. It had inherited activity and processes from other parts of the group.
Datazed created a data governance framework, wrote a new Data Policy with supporting documentation and ran a tool selection process for metadata and master data management.
We then supported the CDO in identifying a high-calibre candidate to continue the activity as their Head of Data Governance.
Household name retail insurer
Datazed provided interim cover for the Head of Data Governance, supporting the Chief Data Officer, on both business as usual activity and the GDPR programme.
This included the selection and roll out of data governance tooling; and identifying a Data Governance Manager.
Charles has spoken at a number of conferences, and is available for seminars, panel discussions and workshop facilitation.
At the 2020 edition of the IRM MDM and Data Governance conference, Charles will be giving a half-day workshop on "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - What to do when Data Governance Has Been Binned" and a presentation on "DG and MDM - Managing Sibling Rivalry".