MIT Award’s Maria Villar for “Transformation of Collaboration from Inwards to Outwards”

Maria Villar Honored by MIT for “Transformation of Collaboration from Inwards to Outwards”

 

Maria Villar, SAP’s Head of Enterprise Data Transformation was honored with the “Transformation of Collaboration From Inwards to Outwards” Award from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This award from MIT recognizes outstanding CDO leadership in driving business outcomes and business collaboration.

 

Maria has led SAP’s journey in data transformation since 2009. SAP’s data transformation included the establishment of a global data strategy, building data management capabilities spanning customer, supplier, finance and operational data, which has had significant business impact to SAP and has been recognized internally. Under Maria’s leadership, SAP’s data quality program transformed from a data service to a business strategy.

 

MIT’s Original Communication for Maria’s Award

The Winner of IS CDO 2017

Award In Transformation of Collaboration From Inwards to Outwards

“You Have Led SAP’s Journey in Data Transformation Since 2009. Your Successes In the Establishment Of a Global data strategy, building data management capabilities spanning customer, supplier, finance data and operational data have made significant business impact to SAP and recognized internally.

 

These capabilities include Information Governance, data process simplification and Enterprise Master Data management. The Vision of One SAP For Data Quality is Now An Industry Benchmark.

 

Your Successes Enabled SAP To Support SAP’s Strategic Business Initiatives  to become a cloud company in the digital economy. With all these accomplishments, You Have Enabled SAP Data Quality From A Data Service To A Business Strategy.” – MIT Chief Data Officer Symposium

 

Until next year MIT! (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

 

 

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