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Webinar: Learn How AWS, NAB and Fonterra Are Building Data Driven Businesses

Webinar: Learn How AWS, NAB and Fonterra Are Building Data Driven Businesses

Data, and the logic applied to drive insights, represents one of the few remaining sources of competitive advantage. Building more effective data driven insights in your business could help you to improve customer engagement, enhance brand loyalty, optimise supply chains, or safeguard autonomous vehicles.

Amazon has a long heritage in data and machine learning. Many of the innovations you’ve heard about such as Amazon.com’s recommendations engine, Echo powered by Alexa, our drone initiative Prime Air and Amazon Go are driven by data rich, machine learning models. We’ve been working for years to try make smart use of the data we have for the benefit of our customers. As leaders and builders, we now want you to have the same opportunity.

Date: Wednesday, 22 August 2018

Time: 11am to 12pm AES

Learn from Leaders at NAB, Fonterra and Amazon Web Services

Our vision at Amazon Web Service is to put Data and Analytics tools into the hands of all business and technology leaders – from Data Scientists, to Heads of Marketing, Finance Managers, Actuaries, Asset Managers and Heads of Customer Service. Tools that allow you to deliver better outcomes for your customers.

The question we get most often from customers is how they should start and which are the best experiments to test the value of building a Data Driven Business. While we don’t pretend to know all the answers, we’ve asked some amazing customers to share their journey towards becoming a data driven business.

During this 60-minute webinar leaders at National Australia Bank and Fonterra will showcase how they use real time data insights to create rapid experiments designed to improve customer outcomes. You will also learn how agile team structures and a culture of experimentation can help you accelerate the development of your own Data Driven Business.

 

Your Speakers

  • Dr Tim Sparks, Head of Advanced Analytics Enablement: National Australia Bank
    As part of their wider Digital Transformation strategy, NAB have built an advanced cloud based analytics platform which enables the rapid adoption of new analytics tools and techniques. This new cloud platform is helping NAB run rapid experiments across the bank and showcase the value of advanced analytics insights to business and technology teams. It is also driving the development of a ‘test and learn’ culture.
  • David Bloch, General Manager, Advanced Analytics: Fonterra
    Fonterra have built a new cloud data and analytics platform which allows their data scientists to build new data experiments in less than 48 hours. This new platform has enabled a culture of experimentation and prototyping which allows Fonterra to quickly develop, test, and evaluate new models before selecting the most valuable use cases to put into production.
  • Vicky Falconer: Head of Big Data & Analytics, AWS
    Amazon has a rich heritage of leveraging data to drive extraordinary customer experiences and business outcomes. To be effective with data requires 3 elements 1) A culture that demands data driven decision making; 2) Mechanisms that enable ideation and experimentation and 3) Platforms that support experimentation and democratise access to data and tools. Vicky will talk about the Amazon data driven culture and the enabling mechanisms that Amazon leverages to move quickly from ideation to experimentation to impactful business outcomes.
Date: Wednesday, 22 August 2018
Time: 11am to 12pm AEST 

 

We hope you can join us!

Regards, 
Amazon Web Services

 

 

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