Everyone talks about data as being the new oil, a valuable driver and asset for future corporate growth and innovation. But how does a company become data driven - what culture, organisation, innovations and technical solution are needed? At this 6th issue of Data Talks we deep dive into how companies achieve and sustain a good basis and data foundation for "knowing" their customers for customer experience purposes, anti-money laundering efforts and fraud prevention.
Carsten IngerslevDanish Business Authorithy
Rob De RidderDanske Bank
By Tina Ryoon from IDA9:00
by Timothy Ward from CluedIn9:10
By Sune Gabelgård, Head of Digital Fraud, Intelligence & Research at Nets9:40
By Carsten Ingerslev, Head of Advanced Analytics, Smart Government and Virk.dk at Danish Business Authorithy10:10
By Martin Vikkelsø Senior Engineer at Sitecore11:00
By Rob De Ridder, Board Member at Nordic KYC Utility (Danske Bank)12:00
Data Talks 2019: CluedIn
Data Talks: Lars Fløe from Sitecore on CluedIn
Data-talks: Rikke Hagemann, Google
Data-Talks: Bergur Ziska, Saxo Bank
Hear from speakers that are not just speculating about data, but have been to the end and are coming back to share their story.
With a focus on the Enterprise, you will be given direct insights on how to become data driven, what you need to do to get there, and what does it look like when you are data driven?
With speakers like this, you will be surrounded by people that are working on the same problems at their own company.
This is a place to network and have the ability to ask other similar companies what their strategy is and what they are having success with.
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If you are charged with making your company data driven, you need to attend this event. For those in the Chief Data Officer, Chief Information Officer, Data Manager role.
We will be serving breakfast and lunch and also we will be having coffee breaks.
The event is free, however we will be charging a 200kr invoice for those that register but do not attend. It is a requirement of the event co-ordinator.
The core principal behind Data Talks is to hear from those companies that are already at the point where every other company wants to be and to tell the story of what it looks like, how to get there and is it all worth it?