Data Democratization and Adoption for Everyone

DIN 13:15 - 14:00

Round table sessions


Roundtable | Data Democratization and Adoption for Everyone

Data is becoming an ever-increasing part of doing business effectively, and scaling data literacy beyond the data experts can give a competitive edge. Learn how to democratize all aspects of the data journey, drive user adoption, and create a strong data culture—even for users without the background.

Come with your own ideas, as well, for a productive conversation around the following:
Balancing the flexibility of self-service with governance and controls
How to develop a culture of self-service and data curiosity
How to build trust and accountability for users and data through lineage, governance, and certification.

Your host for this roundtable will be David Johnson, Director of Strategic Architecture at Domo.
David has worked in the data space for over a decade, delivering projects and consulting on data architecture strategy, business intelligence, and enterprise data applications. As Director of Strategic Architecture in EMEA, he oversees a team working to deliver proof-of-concept and proof-of-value efforts to help customers realize value and derive insights from Data.

Prior to relocating to London in 2019, David has been based in New York City, Tokyo, and Salt Lake City where is work spanned corporate and enterprise sales engineering, post-sale technical consulting and implementation, business and marketing analytics, and content development. From breaking ground on the world’s largest (at the time) KPI library to deploying Domo’s product offering to 50,000 people at a multinational conglomerate, David enjoys understanding how companies operate and how he can help them resolve complex issues. This work ethic is also visible in the results he achieves: from helping to double Japan’s share of revenue in six months to landing the first Domo customers and partnerships in Singapore.

Before Domo, David planned and delivered field marketing initiatives at Apple. He holds a bachelor's degree in Economics with a minor in Business Strategy from Brigham Young University.

  • Thema
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