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Thursday, October 29 • 1:05pm - 1:50pm
Building a Sentient Enterprise

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The Sentient Enterprise is the continued evolution of the analytical world.  Playing off the foundation of an integrated, accessible, and agile, data architecture, companies are making the move from understanding transactions to learning and driving interactions.  Once there, the next move is for companies to extend beyond the traditional “develop and deploy” methodologies to an environment of total user collaboration where the data and analytics are pervasive throughout the organization.  This culminates with the enterprise becoming an active, and in many cases, automated engine to ingest data in real time and execute the routine decisions where possible and alerting for intervention as necessary.

The Sentient Enterprise is not technology for its own sake; it’s about technology in service of your organization’s business goals and competitive advantage, in an era of complexity, speed of information and change.  It provides a roadmap for aspirational executives and CXOs who want to leverage data analytics to transform their organizations with a multi-stage approach that blends Technology, Governance, and best practices in crowdsourcing and human engagement strategies.

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Rob Armstrong

Product Marketing, Teradata
Starting with Teradata in 1987, Rob Armstrong has contributed in virtually every aspect of the data warehouse and analytical processing arenas. Rob’s work in the computer industry has been dedicated to data-driven business improvement and more effective business decisions and execution.  Roles have encompassed the design, justification, implementation and evolution of enterprise data warehouses. | | Rob has collaborated with and led... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 1:05pm - 1:50pm
San Diego Room

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