About Henrik Liliendahl

My name is Henrik Liliendahl. I am a Data Quality, Multi-Domain Master Data Management (MDM) and Big Data professional based in Copenhagen, Denmark.

I have worked over 30 years in the intersection between IT and business with a large range of business areas as government, insurance, manufacturing, membership, healthcare, pharma, public transportation and retail, as seen in My Been Done List.

I am a charter member of IAIDQ (International Association of Information and Data Quality):

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My latest adventure is a new start-up called the Product Data Lake – a service in the intersection of big data and Product Information Management (PIM).

Please find some more professional information on my LinkedIn profile.

Photo credit: Helene Liliendahl Sørensen

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11 thoughts on “About Henrik Liliendahl

  1. Michelle 11th December 2009 / 14:30

    Hi,

    Loved your Santa Quality blog. We’re a small data warehousing company based in South Africa and send out a monthly newsletter (aimed at the business). I’d love to include this blog in our next one that’s going out on Monday if that’s okay with you?

  2. Henrik Liliendahl Sørensen 11th December 2009 / 17:32

    Hi Michelle

    Thanks for your kind words. Feel free to use my writing as you please.

    Merry Christmas

    Henrik

  3. Lindsey Harmon 23rd July 2010 / 03:31

    Henrik,

    I really enjoyed reading your work and would like to take this opportunity to invite you to our community for IM professionals (www.openmethodology.com). We would love to bookmark your work to share with our members. Check us out and keep up the good work.

  4. Henrik Liliendahl Sørensen 23rd July 2010 / 05:44

    Thanks Lindsey. I am already somewhere in the loop with openmethodology – a great site by the way.

  5. Mark 17th November 2010 / 15:47

    Love what you’re doing here Henrik. It’s along the lines of what I’ve dreamed of for years. I’d be interested in talking to you about using what you’re doing in a commercial environment. If you’re interested, please email me with a phone number and best times to call you. I’m in California on PST.

  6. Stephan Zoder 23rd August 2011 / 14:20

    It appears that we are soulmates when it comes to MDM. Thanks again for the kind words around my article.

  7. Ron Lake 3rd February 2014 / 21:42

    I liked your article on location in MDM. You correctly distinguished the two ways location matters: 1) As a separate domain (Most people seem to latch on to this first) and 2) as a component of other domains. We would be interested in talking with you as an advisor. We are a company with a location-enabled Data Integration Framework and we are moving into MDM. Please contact me if interested.

  8. sathya 22nd May 2017 / 13:13

    Hi Henrik,

    I really like you write-ups on MDM/PIM which is very insightful and a revelation of how the MDM world would/could be. I have constructed my ideas based on your article to help many new team understand the basic building blocks of PIM, which is very fruitful.

    Your work is highly commendable, please carry on with your good work. I would be happy to be associated with you in this world of MDM.

  9. Henrik Liliendahl 22nd May 2017 / 13:54

    Thanks everyone. Yes, let us be in touch.

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