The Nashville Technology Council hosts 2016 Nashville Analytics Summit, presented by Tableau, on August 11-12, 2016 at the Omni Hotel in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. The two-day event empowers professionals to leverage data analytics to grow more effective and competitive organizations.
More than fifty speakers share their expert knowledge through workshops and presentations. Topics range from building analytics workflows, proper use of personally identifiable information and encouraging organization-wide use of data-based decisions for a higher performing workplace, to impactful data presentations, data-informed hiring practices, and improving customer experience and lowering costs. Speakers provide their insights on up-and-coming technologies and identify cutting edge trends.
“The Internet-of-things is rapidly becoming a large opportunity for those who are prepared to confront the challenges of low latency information, analytics at scale, and data-driven insights,” said Walter Maguire, Nashville Analytics Summit Keynote Speaker and Chief Field Technologist with Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “This event will provide insights and real world experience to guide businesses down the right path.”
The use of data is essential to any organization. The Analytics Summit speakers and attendees represent a wide variety of industries including representatives from the Associated Press, Asurion, BNL Consulting, Bridgestone Americas, Deloitte, Digital Reasoning, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Hospital Corporation of America, PwC, the State of Tennessee, Vanderbilt University Medical Center and many more.
“Whether you’re an analytics novice or data scientist expert, you have to attend the Nashville Analytics Summit for the professional development and connections to take your business to the next level,” said Bryan Huddleston, President and CEO of the Nashville Technology Council. “Thanks to the program produced by the NTC’s Business Information & Analytics Peer Group, the summit provides professionals with the support to get ahead and data scientists the opportunity to learn more from leaders in numerous fields.”
A full list of speakers, their bios, and workshop sessions are provided on http://TheAnalyticsSummit.com. Registration is open now for the 2016 Nashville Analytics Summit.
About the Nashville Technology Council
The mission of the Nashville Technology Council is to connect, unite, develop and promote the Middle Tennessee technology industry. Founded in 1999, the NTC is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization. More information can be found at www.TechnologyCouncil.com.