Cinchy Learning Series

Your source to hear from data innovators and industry leaders about the zero-integration future.


Dan DeMers

Dan DeMers is the CEO and co-founder of Cinchy, the Dataware platform that makes integration obsolete. Dan spent over a decade as an IT executive with leading global financial institutions where he was responsible for delivering mission-critical projects, greenfield technologies, and multi-million dollar technology investments. 


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Next Live Session

Season 2 Covers Cinchy Data Fabric Learn


Thursday, May 13 11:30AM ET


The future of tax is real time and utilizes a data-centric approach. Join Cinchy CEO Dan DeMers and special guests from KPMG's Tax Transformation and Transfer Pricing teams to discuss the 2025 predictions for tax technology, its impact on tax teams, and how Tax Administration will be a data-centric, intelligence driven model enabling international collaboration.


Popular past events


The Data-Centric Revolution: Stories from the Field and Lessons Learned

Join Cinchy CEO, Dan DeMers, and our special guest, Semantic Arts President, Dave McComb, for stories from the field as they have helped some of the world’s most complex organizations adopt a data-centric architecture to accelerate delivery and dramatically reduce IT complexity.


How Early Adoption of a Data Fabric gives CIOs an Advantage

2021 will bring even more advances in technology. In this session, we’ll discuss how a Data Fabric gives a CIO a significant advantage in adapting quickly to the multiple business and technology challenges. Join Dropbox CIO Sylvie Veilleux with Cinchy CEO and Co-Founder Dan DeMers for an interactive session on what a CIO should look at in 2021.


How Catalyst.EARTH Built the Global "Data Mesh" for Earth Data Intelligence

Join Cinchy CEO and Co-Founder Dan DeMers with special guest Mathilakath (Sharan) Sankaranarayanan, Managing Principal, Data & Digital of Capco, for an interactive session where they break down the myths around data-centric architecture and the Data Fabric.