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2019 data architecture summit featuring joe caserta and chris mathias

2019 Data Architecture Summit

October 15 @ 1:45 pm - 5:00 pm

Join Caserta’s Principal Consultant Bill Walrond, Data Scientist Glen Ferguson, and Principal of Data & Analytics Strategy, Doug Laney, at the 2019 Data Architecture Summit. Bill and Glen will give a seminar on, “Building the Data Infrastructure for AI, Machine Learning, Automation, and Cognitive Computing.” Doug will give a presentation on “Infonomics: The New Economics of Information.”

Building the Data Infrastructure for AI, Machine Learning, Automation, and Cognitive Computing

The future success of your business relies on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Automation. Is your data ecosystem prepared? Join Bill Walrond and Glen Ferguson as he outlines the fundamental enterprise data management solutions needed to enable trustworthy insights and proper integration of new technology. They will present Caserta’s data governance insights through a use case with an American hospitality company. Bill and Chris will further his discussion with an introduction of the Corporate Data Pyramid, a methodical structure Caserta developed to enable organizational strategy for engineering a modern data analytics ecosystem on the cloud. Your truest differentiator is the foundation that you build upon.

Register for our upcoming live webinar.

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What you will learn:

  • How to prepare your data ecosystem for disruption.
  • Organizational techniques and strategies to enable impactful data science insights.
  • Data governance solutions for proper implementation of advanced technologies.
  • Principles of the Corporate Data Pyramid and how to integrate it into a modern data ecosystem on the cloud.
  • How these techniques and strategies enabled the growth of an American hospitality company.

 

Infonomics: The New Economics of Information

Increasingly, IT and business leaders talk about information as one of their most important assets. But few behave as if it is. Executives report to the board on the health of their workforce, their financials, their customers, and their partnerships, but rarely the health of their information assets. And corporations typically exhibit greater discipline in managing and accounting for their office furniture than their data.

Mr. Laney will share insights on how organizations can actually treat information as an actual enterprise asset. He will cover the issues of information ownership, rights, and privileges, along with alternative data challenges and opportunities, and his set of generally accepted information principles culled from other asset management disciplines.

  • How to monetize information assets in a wide variety of ways, including a number of real-world examples
  • How to manage information as an actual asset by apply asset management principles and practices from other asset domains
  • How to measure information’s potential and realized value to help budget for and prove data management benefits
  • How classic microeconomic concepts can be applied to information for improved data architecture & management, and economic benefits