7th International Conference on Big Data Analysis and Data Mining

July 17-18, 2020 | Austria

Big data analytics probe and analyse huge amounts of data to i.e., big data - to uncover hidden patterns, unknown co-relations, market trends, customer preferences and other useful information that can help organizations make more-informed business decisions. Operate and carry by specialized analytics systems and software, big data analytics can lay the way to various business benefits, including new revenue opportunities, more effective marketing, improved operational efficiency, competitive advantages and better customer service.

Spotlight

Competitive enterprises that embark on big data strategies do so with the expectation that their businesses will transform. They don’t just want answers from the data they collect and analyze, they want results. Be it with small, fledgling trials or large, cross-functional efforts, these enterprises want to see clearly how big data can make a difference–with their customers, their processes, their bottom lines and, most important, with growing the business.


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Leading with Big Data and Analytics: From Insight to Action

December 13-16, 2021 | USA

Leveraging big data, business analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) to deliver solutions to complex challenges is not solely the responsibility of technology and data science specialists. Rather, it’s the responsibility of organizational leadership to understand and direct these approaches to achieve their business goals. This program is designed to help senior leaders effectively manage and seize opportunities in the new environment of advanced analytics. Participants will gain a working knowledge of data science, which will enable leaders to identify the challenges that analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence can solve. It will also help them make the most effective investments in people, data, systems, culture and organizational structure. Led by world-class Kellogg faculty and former C-Suite practitioners experienced in working with senior executives and organizations who have successfully scaled analytics in their organizations, this cutting-edge program delivers sophisticated material in an accessible, easy-to-understand format that is immediately applicable to real-world practice.

World Data Summit

May 18-20, 2022 | Netherlands

By 2022, the global big data and business analytics market is expected to generate 274.3 billion U.S. dollars a year, according to Statista. While big data collection grows in geometric progression, only about 3 percent of it merges into the big data ecosystem. This research already highlights the challenge of finding useful data amongst the rest.

Data Reliability Engineering Conference 2021

December 14, 2021 | UK

Data has become a core competitive advantage for modern organizations — making data reliability more important than ever. Driven by this growing need, the tools, techniques, and best practices for keeping data fresh, accurate, reliable, and trustworthy are rapidly evolving. This renaissance for data tools and best practices is changing the game up and down the entire data stack. To unlock the full potential of their organization’s data, every organization needs to take an engineering approach to data reliability.

2022 Data Analytics Summit

March 30, 2022 | USA

The Data Analytics Summit brings together hundreds of professionals to engage in topics related to data analytics. Attendees represent the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as well as representatives from federal and local governments. Attendees also represent private and non-profit organizations. Attendee demographics are a mix between practitioners, front-line staff, and executive management.

Spotlight

Competitive enterprises that embark on big data strategies do so with the expectation that their businesses will transform. They don’t just want answers from the data they collect and analyze, they want results. Be it with small, fledgling trials or large, cross-functional efforts, these enterprises want to see clearly how big data can make a difference–with their customers, their processes, their bottom lines and, most important, with growing the business.

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