Summer BI & Analytics Update

Type: Seminar

Topic: Business Intelligence & Analytics

Date(s) / Location(s):
29 Jun 2017, London

Start Time: 09:00 BST  End Time: 14:00 BST

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Event address

Soho Hotel
4 Richmond Mews
London W1D 3DH

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At our summer BI & Analytics Update seminar on June 29th we will be sharing our experiences and perspectives on how consumer packaged goods companies are using analytics to improve revenues and profitability.

We will take a look at examples in the industry where advanced analytics and algorithms are employed to provide enhanced predictive and prescriptive capability, resulting in significant ROI.

We'll also demonstrate how vendor offerings including Microsoft Power BI and Tableau are putting analytic capability into the hands of end users through both native functionality and integration with the R and Python languages.

And we will explore the considerations when moving to a productionised architecture for analytics, including the role that modern architectures such as cloud technologies and data lakes can play in enabling analytics at scale.


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Presentation Topics:

  • Overview of Analytics Software Vendors' Offerings
  • Empowering Organisations for Analytics
  • Productionising Enterprise Analytics
  • Use Case: Prescribing Sales Team Orders

What to expect

Registration and breakfast will be available from 9am, with presentations commencing at 9.30am. Lunch will be served at 1pm and provides a great opportunity to meet our presenters and network with peers from similar enterprise organisations.

There is no charge for attendance but spaces are limited. Reserve your place today to avoid disappointment.

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