A meet-your-peers session exploring perceptions on the value of data analytics to your organisation.
International Keynote Presentation: Harnessing Data for Gains in Performance, Productivity, Cost Savings, and Revenue Enhancement
Driving the data agenda across the enterprise. How to drive business gains from data. Aligning and supporting speed of operational improvements with changes in mindsets and behaviours. Sharing experiences on the journey to date, challenges, wins and future direction.Speaking
Promoting an analytically driven culture within your business. The art of storytelling – why this skill is so important for your team. What tools are available to help data and analytics proliferation throughout the business? Visualisation and self-service analytics discussed.
Why must Data be governed? What functions and facets is it made up of? How does Data Governance help to accelerate? Why is it not optional!Speaking
To gather enough momentum to deliver truly exceptional results that create competitive advantage, new business opportunities and deliver effective customer experience, strong data-centric leaders are required to spearhead a data enabled organisation. Design and deliver: How to drive data-centric transformation of the businesses. Communicate: Strategies to motivate business leaders to ensure data analytics is integral… Read more.Speaking
Two 45-minute Discussion Groups running concurrently, hosted by 2-4 expert co-chairs. These informal discussions encourage everyone to participate and ask the questions they want the answers to. Choose your room and contribute.
Day 1 Track A – Building Data Capability
Assessing the integrity of your data – Understanding how to identify and address the most common causes of enterprise data quality problems and discussing strategies for data cleansing Does the democratisation of data defy governance? How to centralise data and ensure correct formats to enable high value use of data and analytics. Managing the proliferations… Read more.
Session Details to be Announced Hosted by: Portfolio Partner Verint
Day 1 Track B – Data Innovation and Application
CDO vs. CAO vs. CDAO – what’s the difference and what is right for your business? Role definition – discussing the ways in which responsibilities are divided up amongst the c-suite. Where are the overlaps and uncertainties, and how can this be clarified? To whom should the CDO report? And what impact can this have… Read more.
Exploring the challenges that commonly prevent successful implementations and lessons learned. Discussing strategies used to overcome adoption challenges. Strategies for enabling and implementing change.
Day 1 Track C – DRIVING DATA INNOVATION
Vendors, consultants and industry analysts have heralded self-service analytics as the panacea for low adoption rates of analytics. Despite these claims there has been no significant increase in the adoption rate of analytics. Why is that? This presentation: Examines why self-service analytics has not been a universal solution to low adoption rates for analytics. Identifies when organisations… Read more.
Analytic driven models have contributed to measurable uplift to bottom-line. This session will cover the use of analytics to build Score card ( application & behaviour scorecards) for credit decisioning, using RFM model for driving card spends, use of Xsell campaigns with bureau enriched data models in digital 10second loans, use of predictive model to stop value… Read more.
Leveraging existing and proven data quality methodology across the new enterprise. Creating a common set of simple and powerful digital customer data quality metrics. Sharing results internally, in a meaningful way for business stewards and leaders.Speaking
Consent, intent and the moving goal posts around data privacy. Compliance and ethics – how much data and analytics is too much? Update: what are the best practices and industry standards for data governance, framework and policy?Speaking
Delegates will discuss this key question with their peers in a roundtable format.
Drawn to data: Analytics as a lens for change. Exploring the ways to convert data into actionable insights – distilling the customer’s voice to inform and improve products. Examining the ways in which you can learn from mistakes and overcome roadblocks to develop more mature analytic cultures.Speaking