Advanced analytics techniques are constantly and rapidly changing. To stay at the forefront of an industry, companies must understand and exploit advanced analytics. Although traditional tools used to be enough for most companies, executives now turn to advanced analytics for a greater return on investment (ROI).

Advanced analytics is helping companies improve decision-making and keep pace with highly competitive, quick-changing markets—advanced analytics positions companies toward future success. In this expert panel, hot topics in analytics, such as emerging large language models, neural network algorithms, Composite AI, transfer learning, and reinforcement learning, and how they can benefit your organization were discussed. Find out what it takes to succeed with advanced analytics.

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Key Takeaways: 

  • Gain knowledge on the new trends in analytics
  • Discover how these advancements can bring value to your organization
  • Hear from experts: What it takes to succeed with advanced analytics

Learn how to:

  • Maximize the use of your company’s data
  • Boost operational efficiency and innovations
  • Better decision-making and stay ahead of competition
  • Positioning companies for future success with advanced analytics

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Additional Insights on Advanced Analytics - A blog by Donald Farmer

Advances in analytics are changing the way we approach data analysis and decision-making. Natural Language Processing and Augmented analytics are very enabling for business users. However, the quality of analytics still depends on the quality of data. Businesses should have a clearly defined data sourcing and ingestion strategy with smart connectivity and automation for consistency, reduce data silos, ensure data quality and governance, and train users on self-service analytics tools. 

Fern Halper

DWI VP Research Senior Research Director for Advanced Analytics

Fern Halper, Ph.D., is vice president and senior director of TDWI Research for advanced analytics. She is well known in the analytics community, having been published hundreds of times on data mining and information technology over the past 20 years. Halper is also co-author of several Dummies books on cloud computing and big data. She focuses on advanced analytics, including predictive analytics, social media analysis, text analytics, and big data analytics approaches. She has been a partner at industry analyst firm Hurwitz & Associates and a lead analyst for Bell Labs. Her Ph.D. is from Texas A&M University. 

Donald Farmer 

Strategic Advisor Lumenore

Donald Farmer, a Lumenore strategic advisor, is an experienced speaker and writer with over 30 years of involvement in the data analytics space. Donald made his mark at Microsoft by leading teams building critically acclaimed tools for analytics during his 10-year stint there but he further stamped this position at Qlik as VP of innovation and design, when Forbes named it among their Top 10 Innovative Growth Companies. He also works as VP research and innovation at Nobody Studios, an enterprise speeding up entrepreneurship through a crowd-infused, high-velocity approach to company creation.

Jason Yeung

Vice President, NA Centre of Excellence, Platform & Technologies, SAP

Jason Yeung is the vice president of SAP’s data and analytics Centre of Excellence practice. He is passionate about all things analytics and is constantly pushing the technology boundaries to build innovative value-based solutions to solve complex customer challenges. Prior to joining SAP, Mr. Yeung was with Qlik, IBM, Cognos and Microstrategy where he led and managed various pre-sales and product management teams.  

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