Saurabh Dey speaks at the Open Analytics Summit

Thu, 03/27/2014 - 16:21 -- CGN Staff

CGN's Saurabh Dey speaks at the Open Analytics Summit in Chicago, IL on the topic of “Competition in the Digital Economy”.

More information on the topic presented, below:

Presenter: Saurabh Dey – Senior Manager at CGN Global

With the advent of new technologies and communication channels we have faster access to ever increasing volumes of data, often in real-time. While, this lends significant opportunities to decision-makers in data-driven industries, organizations with the faster analytics engines and more accurate predictive algorithms will have ultimate competitive advantage in the global marketplace.

This session will showcase how big data analytics can change the game in data-intensive industries like Insurance, Healthcare and CPG.

About the Chicago Open Analytics Summit 2014:

Where: City Winery
When: Thursday, March 27th, 2014
The Open Analytics Summit is for Developers, Engineers, Data Scientists, CMOs, Data Analysts, CTOs, Architects, Brand Managers, and anyone passionate about open source technologies, big data, or data analytics.

The Open Analytics Summit will bring together the industry’s brightest data professionals to discuss the role of data analytics in today’s business and technology communities. A packed conference agenda includes panel sessions focused on analytics adoption, open source technologies, and business intelligence.

Profile of Saurabh Dey:
Saurabh Dey is the Global lead for Strategy and Market Innovation vertical at CGN Global. He understands the application of big data in the context of business solutions and focuses on executing actionable platforms that convert insights to real every day decisions. Saurabh is experienced in application of predictive modeling techniques that leverage business intelligence systems to generate large scale business transformation decisions. His past experience spans across consumer packaged industries and mobile ad networks. Saurabh holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.