At the Business Information Media Summit this November I’ll be hosting a panel on the current best practices in data collection. There are a lot of different approaches to collecting and maintaining database data and it often takes a mix of different approaches to get the best results. Members of the panel are distinguished innovators in this area who will share the many ways that they keep their data sharper than the competition’s.
- Gordon Anderson, VP Content at Insideview: Employs primary research, crowdsourcing, and licensing to build and maintain their massive content aggregation.
- Matt Bartkavage, SVP Operations for REIS: Responsible for a complex data supply chain strategy that uses data extraction, licensing, and primary research.
- Len Roberto, Jr., Director of Audience Data at Northstar Travel Group: Uses new services from traditional telephone verification teams and licensed database vendors to make their data deeper and more accurate.
Hear directly from these successful data publishers about how they have optimized their data collection and updating processes to make them better, cheaper, and faster. And lest you forget, data collection is not just about effective update strategies: it’s about commercializing hard-to-find data and doing the grunt work that makes high-end analytical and predictive products possible.
You won’t find this info anywhere else so please come join us in Ft. Lauderdale to hear what’s working on the front line of data content.