Data & Analytics 2021, Part 2: Evolving Trends & What’s Next

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Eric Topham | Dr. Sue Tripathi | Berit Hoffmann | Kiara Thomas

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Gartner predicts that “by 2023, more than 33% of large organizations will have analysts practicing decision intelligence, including decision modeling”. Over the course of the history-making 2020-21 period, data analytics has evolved together with AI to produce more accurate predictions and educated suggestions. Join Eric Topham alongside a panel of industry experts and thought leaders for part two of our Business Intelligence Report episode “Data Analytics 2021: Defining Trends and Trajectories,” where we will continue our exploration of the ways data and analytics are transforming human-machine relationships and what’s next on the horizon. This sequel episode, “Data & Analytics 2021, Part 2: Evolving Trends & What’s Next,” will look at evolving data and analytics trends over the course of 2021, including expectations versus realities in these unprecedented times. Topics to be covered during this session include: -How data collection and usage is continuing to pivot due to effects of the COVID-19 pandemic -Which data & analytics practices have proved most relevant in 2021—and which have been rendered obsolete -Updates on emerging data visualization techniques, building data narratives, using external data, evolving data dashboards & more -Next-gen enterprise tech and tools when it comes to leveraging data & analytics that drive success -And more Speakers: - Eric Topham, CEO & Co-Founder at The Data Analysis Bureau - Dr. Sue Tripathi, Managing Director, Data and Analytics, Global Services at NTT DATA - Berit Hoffmann, Chief Product Officer at Sisu - Kiara Thomas, Chief Executive Officer at Quality Resolution Systems

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