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Business Intelligence in a Networked World

4/14/2016
When: Thursday, April 14, 2016
Where: London
United Kingdom
Contact: UNICOM Seminars Ltd
+44 (0) 1895 256484

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SCIP's media partner UNICOM invites SCIP members to their event addresses business intelligence in a digitally connected world and focuses on the latest developments and challenges in exploiting data to support “smart” decision making.

 

Cloud computing, Mobile devices and the Internet of Things are some among the latest innovations and tools expected to radically change data collection and analysis. The ever more widespread use of the Internet and Social Media has also acquired an important role in feeding the business intelligence process.

 

The increasing adoption of new technologies also brings along changes in the way people work and communicate. Understanding how company culture affects business intelligence and how it can be most effectively exploited by the organisation is imperative.

 

The conference programme features a number of presentations and case studies by subject experts, as well as opportunities for networking and discussion sessions.

  

“A special 15% discount is available for SCIP members with code SCIPLONDON” 


Please visit the website for more information and to book your tickets: http://conferences.unicom.co.uk/business-intelligence-2016/

 

Business Intelligence in a Networked World

14 April 2016, London

 

This event addresses business intelligence in a digitally connected world and focuses on the latest developments and challenges in exploiting data to support “smart” decision making.

 

Cloud computing, Mobile devices and the Internet of Things are some among the latest innovations and tools expected to radically change data collection and analysis. The ever more widespread use of the Internet and Social Media has also acquired an important role in feeding the business intelligence process.

 

The increasing adoption of new technologies also brings along changes in the way people work and communicate. Understanding how company culture affects business intelligence and how it can be most effectively exploited by the organisation is imperative.

 

The conference programme features a number of presentations and case studies by subject experts, as well as opportunities for networking and discussion sessions.

 

Please visit the website for more information and to book your tickets: http://conferences.unicom.co.uk/business-intelligence-2016/


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Data Analytics and Sentiment Analysis as sources of Business Intelligence
14 April 2016, London


Data Analytics, particularly in the context of Big Data, has become the ‘Mantra’ for the new genre of Data Scientists. By applying analytics to structured and unstructured data and mining, that is, extracting items of information which are important for business planning and execution; enterprises are changing the way they plan and make business decisions. Given that many business decisions are influenced by behavioural biases, Sentiment Analysis represents another valuable source of information that aids business decisions and performance evaluation.

This conference explores Data Analytics and Sentiment Analysis and their connections to business intelligence. It provides a platform to discuss how businesses can benefit from Data Analytics and Sentiment Analysis to aid decision making and thus respond to “market pull”. The programme includes talks from subject experts, case studies and opportunities for networking and discussion.

The conference is characterised by a compact format: a single track, one-day event covering two important information sources for business intelligence. As a consequence, the event not only provides attendees with the opportunity to learn more with less time out of the office, but it also offers a rich networking experience.

Please visit the website for more information and to book your tickets: http://conferences.unicom.co.uk/data-and-sentiment-analysis/

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Transforming and Innovating with Disruptive Technologies
14 April 2016, London


Disruptive technologies are closely aligned with business innovation.These disruptions are appearing at an every domain of business and commerce; the element of surprise churns the existing order and new markets are created which by pass and or replace the old. Today to survive and prosper, enterprises must (i) understand the emerging disruptive technologies and at the same time (ii) innovate and harness such technologies.

Industry disruption varies widely by sectors. It is dominant in music, books/newspapers, retail and advertising. There is however a mixture of organisations that are affected by the nature of speed of potential disruptions that will continue for a short timeframe.The potential is strong in Banking…Fintech players still have strong competition with traditional banking.Healthcare (Medtech) is progressing rapidly, but in transport and manufacturing, disruption is modest.

This one day “Awareness Conference” is designed so that you consider the various aspects before adopting new technology and methods and consider the challenges within your organization that that needs addressing.Change must be approached as a project-by-project advancement rather than suddenly and completely.

The expert practitioners and thought leaders at this conference will give help you to develop your business case and build the foundation towards getting significant return on investment.

Please visit the website for more information and to book your tickets: http://conferences.unicom.co.uk/disruptive-technologies/

 

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