Analytics Everywhere. | be faster than change
Thursday 13 October 2016 • The Egg Brussels
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Opening keynote by Marc Decorte, Vice President Connected Digital Technologies at SHELL INTERNATIONAL
The energy industry is undergoing tremendous change. Lower commodity prices, the rise of renewables and the need to reduce carbon emissions all mean Energy companies have to adapt to remain competitive. Digitalisation is one of the key levers the Energy industry has to increase productivity and bring down costs. Marc Decorte, VP Connected Digital Technologies, will explain how Shell is using digital technologies to create new opportunities to engage with its customers, transform its day to day operations, and position itself for the future.
The customer in the Day after Tomorrow by Steven Van Belleghem
One of the challenges for every marketer is to stay at the forefront of change. Markets are evolving faster than companies. Digital super hero companies like Google, Facebook and Booking.com set the bar for customer relations. In his presentation, Steven will take you on a journey to the future. What is the role of user interfaces, data and personalization in the next few years? How can companies with an analogue DNA adapt to this new style customer relation? In this fast and fun presentation, you will get some guidelines to prepare for the day after tomorrow.
The SAS technology Connection launching SAS Viya
During the SAS Technology Connection you will witness how a datascience team tackles a compelling business story using the latest and greatest SAS technology solutions. Starting from raw data resulting from business experiments, they will use a Big Data Innovation Lab to test the validity of these experiments. The presentation will also include demonstrations of the latest SAS version.
Keynote Prof. Carlo Ratti on Senseable Cities
Professor Carlo Ratti, Director of the MIT Senseable City Laboratory, will talk about how cities become smart, providing insights on the evolving IoT landscape.