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Pyramid Analytics - Trusted Analytics

 Trusted Analytics for Insight Driven Success 

 Build user engagement and adoption. 

 Encourage cultural change using an analytics platform to foster greater collaboration. 

Time

 08:40 - 10:15 BST

Calendar
 Thursday 17 September 2020 
Location
 Virtual Event - Taking Place on Zoom 

Business Intelligence and analytics are widespread. Yet this alone does not guarantee the capability to embed evidence-based decision-making at every level of an organisation. In fact, many tools entrench a siloed approach, and do not build the essential confidence and trust required to become truly insight driven.

Trust is a vital component of any data strategy. We explore how to build trust in data, how to increase collaboration and give your teams the flexibility and self-sufficiency to derive value from the mass of data flowing into your organisation.

Join IT and Business Intelligence leaders to understand how to build trust in data at every level of the enterprise, how to democratise access to data and the benchmarks for trusted analytics.

08:40 Join

08:45 Welcome by Emma Taylor, Founder of Nimbus Ninety 

08:50 How CRU Created Digital Transformation and Aligned Cultural Change
Will Blake, Director of Technology & Analytics, CRU

09:00 The 4 Elements of Trusted Analytics
Ian Macdonald, Principal Technologist, Pyramid Analytics

09:15 Interactive Discussion Groups: Delivering Trusted Analytics
Share experiences with peers in our facilitated discussion zones to explore how to strengthen trust in data, overcome common data challenges and increase user adoption and confidence.

  • What are the barriers to building trust and confidence in data across your organisation?
  • Where do data siloes typically occur and what are the drivers?
  • How can collaboration between people and/or teams increase to drive more value from data?
  • How can a remote and changing workforce benefit from analytics?
  • What depresses user adoption of tools?
  • What training can quickly build confidence in analytics?
  • What are innovative use cases for AI-driven BI?
  • How can advanced capabilities be harnessed beyond data science teams?
10:00 Lessons Learnt

10.15 Thank You and Close 

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Will Blake, Director of Technology & Analytics, CRU

Will Blake

Will is currently Director of Technology & Analytics at CRU and has responsibility for digital development initiatives and global technology services. He is also a member of the CRU Executive team and has wider responsibilities across the business including product development and compliance. He has over 12 years of experience in technology across a range of disciplines including data analytics, cybersecurity, digital product development and cloud infrastructure. Prior to CRU, he worked as a geophysicist for a seismic exploration company in the oil industry. He holds a MSc in Geophysics from Durham University, a BSc in Geology from Bristol University and is a member of the British Computing Society. 

Ian Macdonald, Principal Technologist, Pyramid Analytics

Ian Macdonald

Ian has been active in the Analytics and BI space for more than 30 years in senior technical and marketing roles with large software vendors, system integrators and BI specialist consulting houses. His role with Pyramid Analytics includes introducing products to new markets, evangelising products and enabling new customers.

Registration

This is a private event for members of our community. Membership is free and takes less than 5 minutes. As a member, you will have access to this and other complimentary events. Learn more.

This event is for 17 x C-level, VPs, Directors, Heads of and the drivers of live projects in information security, Deep Learning, CRM, digital, strategy, IT, technology, innovation, finance, customer experience, architecture, integration, eCommerce, operations, cloud, IoT and platforms.

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