Data Management: Principles and Practices for Credit Unions

Data Management: Principles and Practices for Credit Unions

In the information age, managing data to reduce risk and maximize opportunity is an inescapable reality. Hear about the principles and practices that matter, from experts who work with credit unions each day. 

SPEAKERS FROM THIS SESSION

Merrill Albert

Data Services Delivery Director at Trellance

Bill Lehman

SVP Service Delivery at Trellance

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RECORDED AUGUST 13, 2021

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In the information age, managing data to reduce risk and maximize opportunity is an inescapable reality. Hear about the principles and practices that matter, from experts who work with credit unions each day. 

SPEAKERS FROM THIS SESSION

Merrill Albert

Data Services Delivery Director at Trellance

Bill Lehman

SVP Service Delivery at Trellance

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