Competition in the business environment has never been more intense. As new multinational organisations enter Australia and diverse nimble start-ups emerge, the impact on existing business increases. Consumers are increasingly time poor, and bombarded by constant demands for their attention.
Big Data & Analytics is increasingly being leveraged by organisations big and small to analyse habits and trends that can enable them to maximise the value of each point of contact. The real challenge is deriving value from the masses of data that organisations are now able to collect. When utilised effectively big data and analytics can deliver incredible value to a business, delivering not only new revenue streams, but new ways of engaging with your customers.
“According to IDC, worldwide sales of big data and business analytics tools are likely to reach $150.8 billion in 2017, which is 12.4 percent higher than in 2016. And the market research firm doesn’t see that trend stopping anytime soon. It forecasts 11.9 percent annual growth through 2020 when revenues will top $210 billion”
“A SAS survey at the start of 2017 stated that while 83% claim moderate-to-significant investment, only 33% report value from big data; for nearly half, it’s too early”
Who would benefit from attending?
• Chief Innovation Officer
• Chief Technology Officer
• Chief Data Officer
• Data Management Leaders
• Big Data Solutions Leads
• Analytics Professionals
• Data Scientists
• Business Intelligence Heads
• Heads of Customer Insight
• Information Manager
• Innovation Manager
• Enterprise Data Architects
• Heads of Enterprise Data Strategy & Architecture
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