Innovative Analytics in Asia and ANZ

asia anz analytics tour

I am delighted to be going on an “Analytics Innovation” tour of Asia and Australia/New Zealand starting next week, talking about the latest and greatest business intelligence and analytics news. If you’re in interested in analytics, and you’re in Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne, or Auckland, then come join us! I hope to see you there…


Part 1: Asia

Rapid shifts in consumer behavior and proliferation of new touch-points are forcing companies to cope with new data sources, new ways of looking at analytics and new analytics capabilities, like high performance databases and visualization techniques. Add in new form factors, like tablets and smart phones, and a discipline that is theoretically staid and well-established is suddenly upended.

What if you could:

  • Monitor and understand the performance of each touch points
  • Gain real-time access to current and critical business operations
  • Drive flexibility and speed across your business
  • Predict, understand, and meet dynamic customer needs

Join us in this interactive workshop to hear how SAP Analytics can help you harness the opportunity of the latest trends such as social, mobile, big data, and cloud and find new ways to secure a competitive edge, taking information out from the hands of few to all people across the enterprise to make informed and intelligent decisions.


February 20: Manila, Philippines

Venue: Dasmarinas Room, Hotel intercontinental Manila, No. 1 Ayala Avenue, Makati City.

Registration: Seating is limited so if you have not confirmed your slot, please send your details (name, company, designation and email address) to info.philippines@sap.com or you may call Gladys Kimuell at 840-8038.

8:00 am Registration
9:00 am Big Data Analytics – Drive Data to Decision
Timo Elliott
10:00 am Predict Insights – Real Time Predictive Analysis to Uncover Impactful Trends
Charles Gadalla
10:30 am Q&A & Closing

Read a detailed overview of the event, and download the keynote slides here


February 21: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Suite 3, Level 7 Hilton Kuala Lumpur

Registration: Please contact the local SAP office

9:00 am Registration
10:00 am Big Data Analytics – Drive Data to Decision
Timo Elliott
11:00 am Predict Insights – Real Time Predictive Analysis to Uncover Impactful Trends.
Charles Gadalla
11:30 am Q&A & Closing


February 22: Singapore

Venue: Four Seasons Hotel Crescent Ballroom, Level 2. 198 Orchard Boulevard. Singapore 248646.

Registration: Click here to register

12:00pm Registration and Lunch
1:00 pm Big Data Analytics – Drive Data to Decision
Timo Elliott
2:00 pm Predict Insights – Real Time Predictive Analysis to Uncover Impactful Trends
Charles Gadalla
2:30 pm Q&A & Closing


Part 2: Gartner Business Intelligence and Information Management Summit

I will be attending the the Gartner BIIM summit in Sydney, February 25-26.

February 25, 12:00 to 12:30. I will be participating in the keynote panel discussion “Trends in Analytics and Information Management — Vendors’ Vision of the Future” hosted by Ian Bertram, with Henry Seddon, Global Marketing VP of QlikTech

February 26, 11:30 to 12:00: I will present a session SAP: From Big Data to Intelligent Data – Fuel Decision Making, Bayside Room 104


Part 3: ANZ Tour

SAP BI Briefing: Turning Data into Intelligent Data

What is the secret to increasing enterprise growth, delivering operational results, and reducing enterprise costs? Better Data to fuel decision making! Analytics empower your decision makers from the shop floor to the corner office with real-time, contextual insights – for a sharper competitive edge

  • tap into deeper business knowledge
  • drive strategic alignment
  • anticipate and adapt to constantly changing market conditions
  • uncover new opportunities faster
  • access information from anywhere


February 27: Sydney

Venue: Level 2, Sydney Hilton

Registration: Click here to register

10:45 am Registration
11:00 am From Data to Intelligent Data: Organisations like yours are integrating big data, business intelligence, data warehousing, enterprise information management, predictive analytics, social, and mobile – to turn data into intelligent data.
Timo Elliott
12:00 am Mobile BI at Kimberly-Clark Asia Pacific
Lestor Meadows
12:30 am Let the data do the talking
Peter Grainger, Deloitte
12:55 pm Q&A
1:00 pm Lunch and Networking


February 28: Melbourne

Venue: Level 1, Garden Room, Crown Towers Melbourne

Registration: Click here to register

9:30 am Registration
10:00 am From Data to Intelligent Data: Organisations like yours are integrating big data, business intelligence, data warehousing, enterprise information management, predictive analytics, social, and mobile – to turn data into intelligent data.
Timo Elliott
11:00 am Mobile BI at Kimberly-Clark Asia Pacific
Lestor Meadows
11:30 am Let the data do the talking
Peter Grainger, Deloitte
12:00 pm Q&A
12:10 pm Lunch and Networking


March 1: Auckland

Venue: Stamford Plaza Auckland

Registration: Click here to register

9:30 am Registration
10:00 am From Data to Intelligent Data: Organisations like yours are integrating big data, business intelligence, data warehousing, enterprise information management, predictive analytics, social, and mobile – to turn data into intelligent data.
Timo Elliott
11:00 am Mobile BI at Kimberly-Clark Asia Pacific
Lestor Meadows
11:30 am Let the data do the talking
Peter Grainger, Deloitte
12:00 pm Q&A
12:10 pm Lunch and Networking

 

 

 

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