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Project 3 helps our clients navigate through the complexities of governance to unlock insights, understand the revenue implications, and drive results.


You need to be able to trust your data – delivering it where, when, and how to make smarter decisions. 

What is Data Governance?


Valuable data is often isolated in a multitude of databases and separate systems that aren’t integrated through a centralized governance process or data architecture.  


Data Governance is an ongoing initiative to establish a strategic vision focused on goals, policies, processes, measurement, and management of data.   


How can Data Governance bring value to your organization? 


The goal of data governance is to help you maintain clear information that can be used to make sound decisions across all your web and app properties. 


Data governance not only increases efficiency and reduces risks; it drives better decisions, and gives your organization a competitive advantage. 


How will we accomplish this? 


  1. Establish a baseline for data sources, processes, tools, and vendors 

  2. Steamline and revamp systems if needed to match best practices 

  3. Create an architecture that efficiently collects, cleans, stores, and transforms your data 

  4. Implement policies and procedures to establish a cohesive and comprehensive strategy across all business units 

  5. Design database solutions to extract, transform, and load data across an enterprise

Privacy Regulation & Compliance 


Governmental privacy regulations are constantly evolving. Project 3 will guide you through regulations to provide flexible, scalable solutions that will allow your enterprise to extract additional value from compliance. Project 3 Consulting will help you leverage automation to manage, govern, and catalog data, while establishing trust and ensuring regulatory compliance 


What are GDPR & CCPA? 


GDPR and CCPA compliance are focused on protecting individual rights and freedoms. These regulations have forced businesses to think differently about how they collect, store, process, share, and protect each type of personally identifiable information. 

Why is this difficult? 

The biggest challenge to achieving GDPR compliance involves the discovery of personal data within disparate and third-party enterprise systems. 

How can this bring value to your organization? 

The new GDPR and CCPA benchmarks demand a proactive, deliberate, and consistent vision for customer data. Rather than complying simply for compliance’s sake, this is an opportunity to build deeper and trusted relationships with your customers. 


How will we accomplish this? 


  1. Audit your data to ensure that no PII is being collected, and that you aren’t leaking PII to other marketing technologies in use on your site. 

  2. Understand your metadata: Which data is affected by the CCPA and which is not? 

  3. Turn on IP Anonymization or edit code directly 

  4. Audit your Collection of Pseudonymous Identifiers (hashed Emails, User IDs) 

  5. Review and update on-premises and external policies. 

  6. Build an Opt In/Out Consent Mechanism: before Google Analytics executes. 

  7. Prove that consent has been given through an audit trail. 


Over 55% of Project 3 Consulting clients belong to the Fortune 500.