David Loshin is president of Knowledge Integrity, Inc, a consulting and development company focusing on customized information management solutions including information quality solutions consulting, information quality training and business rules solutions. David is a recognized thought leader and expert consultant in the areas of data quality, master data management, and business intelligence.
David is widely recognized as an expert in Information Quality, frequently contributing to Intelligent Enterprise (whose editor, Justin Kestelyn, described David as "Our resident expert on Data Quality"), a monthly columnist for the online community datawarehouse.com, serving on the Editorial Board of DM Review magazine, started writing a monthly column for DM Review in October 2002, is a quarterly featured columnist for the Data Administration Newsletter and is a featured monthly columnist for Business Intelligence.
David is a prolific author regarding BI best practices and numerous books and papers on BI and data quality. Loshin is the author of The Practitioner's Guide to Data Quality Improvement, Master Data Management, Enterprise Knowledge Management: The Data Quality Approach and Business Intelligence: The Savvy Manager's Guide.
David is concerned with maximizing the value of information. He speaks frequently at conferences and creates and teaches courses for The Data Warehousing Institute and other educational organizations.
David is a veteran of the Financial Industry, having worked for Morgan Stanley for their IT Division in Options Pricing and Securities Processing. At MSDW, David worked on automating the generation of code for creating options pricing objects, and later assisted in the accounts renovation project, creating inline data validation routines for preventing duplicate customer account creation. Prior to MSDW, David was a senior compiler designer for Thinking Machines Corporation, a pioneer in Massively Parallel Processing, where he focused on performance optimization, code optimization, and automatic parallelization.