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New Site and New Blog Is Here!

By FSFP

It’s no ordinary Thursday for the First San Francisco Partners team. We’re celebrating the launch of a fully redesigned website and new company blog.

We’re excited to share the new website with you, carefully crafted with your needs and interests in mind. Along with an updated look and feel, we’ve made the site easier to navigate – with streamlined menus and an improved site-wide search – and fully responsive to support any device or screen size. We’ve also expanded our Resources section with access to practical case studies, whitepapers and guides to help you learn how to manage and govern data for better business outcomes. We’ll be regularly updating these sections, so check back often for the latest best practices and tips.

As part of our ongoing commitment to help organizations apply data intelligence and become more data-driven, we’re thrilled to also launch our new blog. For more than four years now, our Founder and CEO Kelle O’Neal has blogged regularly on BeyeNETWORK, among other industry forums including CIO.com and Data Informed. But with the launch of our new and improved website, we are bringing FSFP’s blogging to our home turf.

What can you expect from our new blog? You’ll still be privy to all the valuable know-how and perspective you’ve come to expect from Kelle, but you’ll also hear from the rest of our leadership team. And from time to time, we’ll bring industry expert voices to our blog.

Topic-wise, we’ll share insights and learnings about:

  • Data Governance
  • Enterprise Information Management
  • Data Quality
  • Data Architecture
  • Master Data Management
  • Organizational Change Management
  • Big Data
  • Reference Data Management
  • Business Intelligence & Analytics
  • Industry News

We’ll also blog industry event recaps and news about what’s going on at FSFP. We’re a virtual company – and our team is growing. We’re finding new ways to work together across the time zones and plan to reveal some of what’s happening behind the scenes.

What topics would you like us to cover on the blog? Just let us know. We look forward to sharing our insights and perspectives with you.

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