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TietoEVRY became the first Cloud Data Management Capabilities partner in the Nordics

17 December 2021

TietoEVRY is the first consulting company in the Nordics to become an authorized partner for the newly launched Cloud Data Management Capabilities framework by the Enterprise Data Management Council (EDM Council).

The Cloud Data Management Capabilities framework compiles best practices, assessment and training for effective management of data in the cloud and accelerates adoption of cloud and hybrid cloud ecosystems. The overall objective of the framework is to build trust and confidence for the adoption of cloud technologies, offering benefits to everyone within the cloud ecosystem.

TietoEVRY has helped in building the framework and delivered parts of the very first trainings. The framework was done together with leading cloud providers including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and IBM Cloud.

Our CDMC framework will play an integral role in the adoption of cloud data management best practices across numerous industries around the world and the Authorized Partner Program will be critical in accelerating that adoption,” said Mike Meriton, COO and Co-founder of the EDM Council.

"TietoEVRY has been a great addition to the CDMC Partner Program and will play an important role in generating traction around the framework in the Nordic region.

"Cloud environments enable data and analytics to be developed in an unprecedented way - in a much shorter time and with less effort than ever before – leading ideally to greater democratization of data. However, systematic data management in the cloud environment has been given far too little attention to truly realise expected benefits” says Ritva Aula, Head of Data Management and Advisory from TietoEVRY.

“Based on our experiences and observations of several projects, we embrace the CDMC framework as a welcomed tool to support our customers in ensuring their data gets systematically managed both in the cloud and hybrid environments.”

The Cloud Data Management Capabilities framework is available as a free license for internal use to all organizations in all industries, including both EDM Council members and non-members. The framework comprises six core components for managing data in the cloud:

  • Governance & Accountability
  • Cataloging & Classification
  • Access & Usage
  • Protection & Privacy
  • Data Lifecycle
  • Data & Technical Architecture

TietoEVRY is

  • A member of the EDM Council ​since October 2019​
  • An authorized DCAM Partner ​since March 2020​
  • A certified DCAM trainer ​since April 2020​​
  • An authorized CDMC Partner since September 2021
  • A certified CDMC Trainer since November 2021

TietoEVRY offers assessment, training and consultation services related to CDMC and DCAM – Data Management Capability Assessment Method.

For further information, please contact:
TietoEVRY Newsdesk, news@tietoevry.com, +358 40 5704072

TietoEVRY creates digital advantage for businesses and society. We are a leading digital services and software company with local presence and global capabilities. Our Nordic values and heritage steer our success. Headquartered in Finland, TietoEVRY employs around 24 000 experts globally. The company serves thousands of enterprise and public sector customers in more than 90 countries. TietoEVRY’s annual turnover is approximately EUR 3 billion and its shares are listed on the NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm as well as on the Oslo Børs. www.tietoevry.com’’

The EDM Council is the Global Association created to elevate the practice of Data Management as a business and operational priority. The Council is the leading advocate for the development and implementation of Data Standards, Best Practices and comprehensive Training and Certification programs. The EDM Council has over 250 member organizations and over 10 ,000 data management professionals as members.

For more information, please contact

Ritva Aula

Head of Data Advisory

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