A massive 80% of dealing with data is preparing it and delivering the initial insights to make business decisions. However, data engineering is a challenge for most companies.
Specialists from Luxoft and Microsoft will help you find out how to enable quick, data-driven business decisions.
Join our webinar, “The Alchemy of Data Monetization: Turning Your Data into Gold” on May 29th at 9AM PST / 12PM EST and get answers to the following questions:
Dr. Ken Urquhart works with Luxoft global clients to identify and implement data monetization strategies to increase bottom lines. Previously he has enjoyed successful executive careers at Sun Microsystems, IBM and Microsoft. Since 2015, Ken has been advising startups on artificial intelligence/machine learning/blockchain and has delivered business strategies and new technology prototypes to global corporations. He holds three degrees in physics.
Giovanni Marchetti has been in IT for over 20 years, in roles ranging from consultant to software engineer and architect. He focuses on artificial intelligence and high-performance computing. He works with Microsoft partners and customers to solve real-world problems in those areas. Prior to Microsoft, Giovanni had senior roles at both IBM and Unisys, and he holds dual degrees in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.
A compelling data monetization plan articulates clearly how your corporate data will generate bottom line results for you. Your strategy should address four key questions: How should you approach monetization? What are the risks? What are the benefits? What are the costs to build capability and execute the strategy successfully?
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