CDQ Good Practice Award 2019: Tough Decision for the Jury


All good practice description submitted are currently evaluated by at least three members of the international jury. Here you can get a first overview of participating companies and title of their submission:

  • Grundfos: Prioritizing data quality as much as the physical quality of the product!”
  • HOERBIGER: “SAP Classification as Common Language for Data Robotics Across Systems”
  • Robert Bosch GmbH, plant Blaichach/Immenstadt (BhP): “Industrialised machine learning in high-volume production. Example: elimination of unnecessary repeated test in the ABS/ESP* final assembly (* ABS: Anti Locking Brake, ESP: Electronic Stability Program).”
  • SAP SE: “Driving Efficiency in Data Management with Robotic Process Automation”
  • SBB AG – Division infrastructure: “Topology – The necessary basis for a valuable infrastructure”
  • Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG: “Data Management in all data areas: Data as key success factor for the digital transformation. An integrated approach for more business value and speed.”
  • Swisscom Schweiz (AG), Sales & Services: “DQM scorecard”
  • thyssenkrupp / IBM / Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering: “Additive Manufacturing Platform for Data Sovereignty and Intellectual Property Protection”

The three best-rated good practices make it into the final round of the competition. This year’s finalists will be announced on October 25. We keep our fingers crossed for all companies participating.

CDQ Good Practice Award

The CDQ Good Practice Award acknowledges outstanding, innovative projects in the field of data management. The practices submitted are evaluated by an international jury of data management experts and by the member organizations of the CC CDQ. CDQ Good Practice Award
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