Please join Hotwire, as well as media, influencers and analysts for a briefing and Q&A session on Prescriptive Analytics, described by Gartner as the next wave of analytics, and set to be a billion dollar industry in the next two years.
2017 is set to be the year that prescriptive analytics changes the way we think about and use data, as well as begin to impact the way business intelligence is collected and analysed to make better decisions.
It is expected that defence, legal and financial services industries will feel the impact of this new technology first.
Hosting the event will be Elizabeth Whitelock, CEO of Australia’s newest listed company Veriluma (ASX VRI), named by Gartner as a 2016 Cool Vendor in Analytics, joined by government and data science panellists.
- Tuesday, November 29th, 12:30- 1:30pm
- Level 2, 63 Miller Street, Pyrmont, Sydney (entrance on Bulwarra Rd, in the heritage Festival Records building)
- RSVP to Eleanor.firstname.lastname@example.org
- 30-45 minute presentation from Elizabeth Whitelock, Damon Jalili, Independent Government Relations Consultant, and Stuart Nettleton, Chief Data Scientist at Veriluma and climate change expert. The three panellists will discuss prescriptive analytics and its applications, using the financial services industry, government relations and climate change sectors as reference points. This will be followed by a 45-minute open discussion.
- How big data analytics and predictive analytics are making their way into the heart of executive conversations to form a $203 billion industry, and the opportunities they present for business leaders
- How Veriluma’s solutions can help government, legal, financial services and other organisations take advantage of a new business intelligence era, and make better and smarter decisions
- Why Veriluma was named a cool vendor by Gartner in 2016 and is well positioned to own this emerging industry through its innovative and forward-looking technologies.
We hope to see you there! Please let me know if you plan on joining us.
About the panellists
Elizabeth Whitelock, CEO, Veriluma
Elizabeth will share Veriluma’s journey from its start-up beginnings to its recent ASX-listing, and her business plans for 2017. As one of the only female tech CEOs of an ASX-listed company, Elizabeth will also talk the audience through her entrepreneurial journey and her ambition to help more women access leadership positions in the tech industry.
Stuart Nettleton, Chief Data Scientist, Veriluma
Stuart has over 10 years’ experience in the big data field. He is currently Chief Data Scientist at Veriluma, helping organisations in the legal and financial services industries use prescriptive analytics to make better decisions.
As part of Stuart's information systems and innovation research at the University of Technology Sydney, he worked on climate change modelling, using social, political and economic data to predict the evolution and impact of climate change.
Damon Jalili, Independent Government Relations Consultant, Christmas Jalili
Damon advises organisations on how to engage with the Australian Government at the policy level and incorporate this engagement into business strategies and decision-making processes.
He has worked in government for the Minister for Finance and as Partner and Head of Government Relations at leading strategic communications consultancy Kreab Gavin Anderson.
Damon has significant experience in analysing and understanding the social and political implications of complex environments.
He has extensive experience as a social researcher specialising in the strategic analysis of complex issues and identifying not just what people think, but exploring motivations and developing the most effective ways of influencing knowledge, attitudes and behaviours.