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Data Migration Matters events are the only conferences exclusively devoted to Data Migration.

DMM10 brings together leading authorities in the data migration field including industry analysts and senior managers who have been there, done that and can share their experiences.

There are opportunities to ask the data migration questions that are burning you up of those that have the experience to answer.  

There are opportunities to mingle and network with peers who are in the same position as you, in what is one of the most open conferences on the circuit.

There are workshops, where some of the most exciting migration software around will be available for hands on demonstration.

For those new to Data Migration, who would like to see more before they commit, check out some of the presentations from previous DMM and add your name to the watch list so we can update you as the event firms up.

We look forward to meeting you on 23rd May 2019 at the BCS Headquarters, 5 Southampton Street, London (nearest Tube is Covent Garden)

DMM - The only exclusively Data Migration conference in Europe

Call for Papers At DMM10

As is traditional at a Data Migration Matters event, we are putting out a call for papers.  Do you recognise yourself as an expert in some aspect of data migration, and want to share your knowledge? Have you experiences as a client-side manager, delivering a business transformation event, and you want to share your war stories?  Are you a consultant with years of experience in multiple settings, with a host of tips on how to avoid the common gottcha’s of system cut-overs?

What ever data migration story you have to tell, that will educate us, then this is your chance to get that story out in front of your peers.  Drop me a line at jmorris@iergo.com with “DMM10 Call for Papers” in the subject.

The Rules - send me an outline of your presentation in not more than 150 words (not full presentation packs) telling me what you want to tell us about and why it is important for a DMM10 audience. Also include an 80 word bio demonstrating that you have the experience to back up what you are saying.

Software vendors or consultancies trying to grab some free publicity will be excluded. We want content that is informative and generalised. Case studies (anonymised if necessary) that demonstrate one or more learning point are most likely to succeed.