Wednesday, May 20

Track B: Digital Transformation

Moderator:
Julie Langenkamp, Director, Editorial & Content Strategy, Radiant Advisors
 

B201. Charting Your Course to Cloud Analytics Success

10:45 AM2020-05-202020-05-20

Wednesday, May 20: 10:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Organizations have talked for a long time about putting data workloads in the cloud for better flexibility and scalability and to enable innovative new use cases. But what does it take to turn that talk into action and get real value from running analytics in the cloud?

Charting a Course to Cloud Analytics Success: What Cricket, Luxury Fashion, and Mining Have In Common

10:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Learn how three companies achieved real value from running analytics in the cloud. Each was at a different stage of the cloud data maturity continuum. One was focused on getting better insights, another on embedding machine learning and AI into daily operations, and a third was looking to create entirely new business opportunities using data. This presentation uses realworld examples to illustrate that while the driving forces that are moving analytics to the cloud are varied, there are common denominators, methodologies, and best practices which consistently lead to successful business outcomes with data.

Speaker:

, VP, Marketing & Analytics as a Service, The Pythian Group

 

B202. PANEL: The Impossibility of Predicting the Future

11:45 AM2020-05-202020-05-20

Wednesday, May 20: 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

As part of Data Summit’s deep dive into digital transformation, this panel discussion focuses on issues related to data quality, model creation, model training, proper sequencing of data, manipulating data blind spots—and more.

Speakers:

, Emerging Tech Strategist

, Principal Researcher, Unisphere Research, A Division of Information Today, Inc.

 

B203. Tapping Into the Full Value of IoT

02:00 PM2020-05-202020-05-20

Wednesday, May 20: 2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

In the past, there have been limitations to organizations’ ability to harness machine data. These roadblocks have been removed, and innovative companies are tapping into their machine data for product innovation and revenue growth.

Data for a Transformational Business Advantage

2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

Machine data intelligence is the ability to gather and analyze vast amounts of machine-generated data, including data from sensors, systems, and connected devices, to achieve new levels of insight that drive smarter operations and better decision making. Learn to identify the steps that enterprises need to take, and the systems they must have in place, in order to see a return on their IoT investments and thrive—not just survive.

 

B204. Analytics in Action: Driving Real-World Change

03:00 PM2020-05-202020-05-20

Wednesday, May 20: 3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.

Today, collecting large quantities of data is simply not enough. The ability to achieve business-changing outcomes is what is needed. Predictive analytics can help organizations avoid problems and take advantage of opportunities.

Fueling a Turnaround With Team-Based Analytics

3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.

A little more than 6 years ago, Florida Atlantic University ranked second from the bottom out of all state schools. To make matters worse, under a performance-based funding model, the state withheld $7 million in allocations. But, 2 years later, the university garnered the #1 rank in performance, reversing its standing in the state system while also eliminating the common achievement gaps by race/ethnicity and income. By integrating predictive analytics solutions with a commitment to targeted interventions, the university cultivated a robust portfolio of best practices, all of which were rooted in an inclusive and teambased philosophy.

Speakers:

, Assistant Provost, Florida Atlantic University

, Director, Academic Planning, Academic Affairs, Florida Atlantic University

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