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Friday, May 11 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Models for Data Requirements

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Many analysts think that “data modeling” means designing databases and technical data models. Business users have no capability of creating and consuming that level of technical design, but they very much do care about their​ business data requirements. They can describe how the data is used to make business decisions and how they want to see it processed by the system. Joy Beatty introduces a set of requirements models for data that help describe the relationship of data in the system, details about fields, how data is used to make decisions, and how data is processed by the system. She describes how the models can be used together from top to bottom to create a complete picture of the data needs and how they integrate to other requirements models to fully round out the requirements.


Joy Beatty

Joy Beatty is VP Research & Development at Seilevel, a professional services company focused exclusively on helping customers redefine the way they create requirements. Joy drives innovation for new methodologies and training that improve elicitation, requirements modeling, and approaches to business analysis Centers of Excellence. She has applied her expertise as a requirements architect with numerous Fortune 1000 companies, has trained over 600... Read More →

Friday May 11, 2012 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Des Moines/Benton

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