Author

David Loshin, the author of The Practitioner’s Guide to Data Quality Improvement, is an internationally-recognized expert in many areas of information management and technology. His company, Knowledge Integrity, Inc., is often engaged to help organizations draft strategies and program plans for implementing data quality, metadata management, master data management, and data governance programs.

In addition, David’s analytical perspective is widely sought out by many key technology and solution providers. As a key influencer and thought leader, his opinions and analyses are popular among almost all the key players in the information and data management space. His popularity, even among competitors within the same market, are by the virtue of his absence of bias contrasted with his focus on advice regarding new technology and best practices in data management and associated processes.

Some examples include:

Channel leader at the Business Intelligence Network

He is the series editor for the Business Intelligence line of books at Morgan Kaufmann publishers

He is an analyst and frequent web seminar expert for The Data Warehousing Institute

The Analytics Revolution,” sponsored by IBM

A paper on data quality and data virtualization for Composite Software

He has written papers for Pitney Bowes Business Insight such as this one on MDM

SAP engaged David to write a paper on location-based intelligence

Sybase papers here on data governance and data architecture and here on high performance data applicances

In addition, David provides continuous content through various blogs for Informatica, DataFlux, Kalido, QAS, and MelissaData