Time: May 2, 2017 at 8am to May 4, 2017 at 5pm
Location: The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch
Street: 7700 E McCormick Parkway
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Phone: [email protected]
Event Type: conference, event, analytics, data, science, business, intelligence, hadoop
Organized By: Laurence Allen - Corinium
Latest Activity: Jan 30
The second edition of Corinium’s Chief Analytics Officer Spring takes place from May 2-4 2017 in Scottsdale, Arizona and will explore why now is the time, more than ever, you as an analytics leader need to prove the return on investment in analytics tech for your organization.
This conference is not just for Chief Analytics Officers: it may be led by CAO’S but all top level Analytics, Data, Data Science, Business Intelligence specialists cross-industry are welcome, allowing you to meet and network with the very best of your peers from a range of organizations and backgrounds.
Explore strategies and approaches for deriving real actionable insights utilizing analytics through tangible real-world case studies and topic highlights including:
The Chief Analytics Officer as the driver of insights within your organization: Where are you in the analytics curve – where are the opportunities to grow and how do you prove real ROI?
Moving organizations towards analytical capability: How can you best prepare your business, departments and teams for analytical involvement and enable seamless integration and acceptance for your analytics function internally?
Creating an architecture for analytics: Discussing what is needed in this new world of analytics, with ever growing data sets, fringe data, upgraded tools and processes and security threats. How do you build the right architecture to handle this whilst remaining agile and adaptive?
Data philanthropy – the future of corporate social responsibility: How private sector companies can help make real progress on big world problems the refugee crisis to world hunger by donating untapped data and decision scientists. What are the business gains through bringing together new data sources?
Liberating your data! Putting data and analytics into the hands of the internal consumer: How can we empower and educate the non-quantitatively informed, to use analytical tools and make better informed judgments so data is in the right form, in the right place at the right time.
Confirmed speakers include: