Richard Kachur

Richard Kachur

Richard Kachur is an Information Management Professional with over 33 years of experience in this field. Over his career he has consulted in a number of technology disciplines including information systems data architecture design and implementation, with an emphasis towards data conversion and data governance management, data warehousing, metadata and repository management, as well as writing, and teaching on these subject areas at an international level.

Richard’s primary areas of expertise include information systems architecture, data governance, data warehousing, data modeling, data conversion management, project management, data and process oriented analysis modelling and design, enterprise application integration, business process re-engineering, metadata management, and change management. His background covers a broad industry spectrum, which includes extensive experience primarily in the Insurance industry with experience in the Energy, Telecommunications, Utilities, Health Care, Retail, Transportation, Distribution and Supply Chain, Banking and Government sectors.

Richard has been acknowledged for his excellent management, interpersonal, and communication skills. In addition he possesses an extensive portfolio of international presentation skills and has lectured and written extensively on business analytics and information management topics such as data governance to clients across North America and Europe over the span of his career. His first book on Data Warehouse Management (which features chapters on Data Governance/Data quality management) is part of Oracle Corporation’s must read list and is forwarded by the world authority on this subject area Mr. Bill Inmon. In addition Richard has provided material to IM Review on a regular basis, and has acted as a lecturer for the Data Warehousing Institute on topics related to data architecture/data conversion, data governance and data warehousing. Richard is a frequent speaker for IQ Management events.