Ireland’s professional body for the Data Science and Analytics industry, the Analytics Institute, will welcome a number of global analytics experts to the National Analytics Conference at the Mansion House, Dublin on 6 November 2018.
Headline speaker, author and Hitachi Vantara CTO, Bill Schmarzo will lead the programme with his insights into how data powers big business. Microsoft’s Global Head of Data Science, John Hoegger, is coming from the US to Dublin to share his analysis of big data and the impact of artificial intelligence with delegates of the National Analytics Conference in Dublin, while EY’s Global Innovation Leader and Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Chris Mazzei, will discuss how data, analytics and AI are impacting business decisions. Athina Kainouri, Global Chief Data Scientist of Accenture Analytics will also be in Ireland to address this market leading analytics event.
Speaking at the conference launch, Analytics Institute CEO Lorcan Malone said, “We are witnessing the start of a fundamental change in how businesses will deliver products, services and support to customers. Data Analytics is not only influencing how key decisions are made in the Boardroom, it is permeating every aspect of the business – from marketing to operations, from finance to production. Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, RPA, Big Data and IoT will be key enablers for business success in the coming years. The National Analytics Conference brings together global thought leaders in these fields along with our data scientists, analysts, policymakers and leaders from across the private and public sectors.”
Speaking ahead of the National Analytics Conference, Fergal Collins, CEO at Aon’s Centre for Innovation and Analytics (ACIA) said,
“The objectives of this conference align with Aon’s focus on using data and analytics to drive value for our clients. We continuously scan the horizon for new challenges, new analytical technologies and new data sets that, translate interesting prototypes into scalable commercial solutions. The conference will allow attendees to tap into the knowledge and experience of many renowned experts across all these fields. We are delighted to partner with the Analytics Institute on this exciting event.”
Over 500 delegates have already registered to attend the conference, which is supported by a number of leading organisations including Aon, Microsoft, EY, IBM, SAS, Hitachi Vantara and AIB. Aon is a leading proponent of analytics and a key sponsor of the event.
For more information, please visit www.analyticsinsitute.org