MOVING THE DIAL | Thursday 26th May | 200 Aldersgate, London
Data and analytics can deliver breakthrough performance for companies.
To achieve that, however, requires fundamental changes to how decisions are made, the way business-critical processes operate, and the underpinning technologies that support both.
Moving the dial - seeing upwards shifts in key performance indicators and metrics - in this way can be a challenge. Yet those companies which take it on are gaining on their bottom line, share price, customer satisfaction, employee retention and investor conﬁdence as a result.
The DataIQ Summit 2016 focuses ﬁrmly on the necessary culture, people and infrastructure which needs to be in place. Success stories and strategic vision will be delivered by those at the leading edge of this data-driven business transformation.
Research Director & Editor-in-Chief, DataIQ
This year our key themes for the summit will include:
- The roles of government and national data infrastructure
- Commercial decisioning and data-driven culture
- Data changing the landscape of media and marketing
- Embedding an analytics culture
- The new data-rich consumer
The DataIQ Summit attracts a range of professionals with one thing in common: they are all striving to optimise their use ofdata within their organisations. With over 250 attendees last year, the DataIQ Summit continues to be a source of learning, networking and inspiration for the data-driven community.
Data in the DNA - Evolving to survive in the new digital ecology
If your customers are throwing off behavioural signals, has your business been “datafied” in order to read them?
If your market is demanding personalised pricing and service, have you become a “datavore” in order to deliver them?
Are you competing on analytics in order to stay ahead of the competition, both established rivals and industry-disrupting new entrants?
Business models are facing greater transformational challenges than at any other time as a result of the impact of digital and mobile technology, combined with the rising power of social networks. Just keeping up with the options is no longer enough - your company needs to get ahead of the adoption curve in order to meet emerging customer needs as they achieve critical mass.
That means using everything data, analytics and technology can put at your disposal. It also means persuading your organisation to adapt to this new data-intensive culture, building out new capabilities, developing new skills sets and demonstrating the new value which results.
This year’s DataIQ Future Summit focuses on the transformations taking place across society, business and technology that will dictate your business, data and IT strategies for the next five years.- See more at: http://www.dataiq.co.uk/future2014#sthash.Rbn8wDQn.dpuf
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DataIQ helps you de-risk your data use and powers your performance. It is a trading name of IQ DDG ltd.