Since its inception, Big Data Belfast has been a showcase for the positive impact of data. As the adoption of data-driven technologies continues to grow, the event is the ideal opportunity for business and technology professionals to learn from and network with thought leaders about the transformative impact of data.
In our own work at Analytics Engines, we’ve seen time and time again, the positive impact that data can have, not only for an organisation but also for the broader public. Whether it’s supporting the delivery of precision medicine or improving the efficiency of public sector service delivery, the positive impact of data cannot be understated.
In the private sector, we’ve seen a growing demand for data-driven solutions within the legal and accountancy sector. In particular, organisations are keen to improve the quality of their data, break down data silos, and to transform their data into an asset, capable of driving their business forward.
In their 2021 CPO Survey, Deloitte found that data quality was the biggest challenge organisations faced with regards to adopting digital technology; going on to state that “Increasing the number of analytic engines consuming bad “fuel” just creates more waste and polluted processes…”.
Data also has the potential to provide solutions and insights into tomorrow’s challenges. Already, data is being used to deliver more sustainable trade and promote greater social governance and responsibility.
We’re very excited to be discussing these topics and much, much more at this year’s conference.
Big Data Belfast
Big Data Belfast returns to the ICC Belfast on Wednesday 25th May 2022. Presented by Analytics Engines and with support from headline sponsor EY, and supporting sponsors ASOS, Daily Pay, Aflac, APEX Fintech Solutions, Allstate Northern Ireland, DELL Technologies, MCS Group, Magnite and Queen’s University Belfast, the conference will present the very latest insights into the world of data across a range of topics including AI & ML, ESG, Digital Transformation, and Business Analytics.
Now in its 8th year, the conference will welcome speakers, panellists and thought leaders from industry-leading organisations including McLaren Racing, McDonald’s, Netflix, Disney Plus and the International Chamber of Commerce.
A full list of announced speakers for this year’s event can be found at www.bigdatabelfast.com.
Tickets for Big Data Belfast 2022 are on sale now and are priced at £100+VAT. For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.bigdatabelfast.com. To purchase tickets via invoice, please contact email@example.com.