Faced with a constantly evolving data landscape and unprecedented levels of uncertainty and data itself, it’s more vital than ever that data and analytics leaders forge new paths to enable a data-and-analytics-centric culture within their organizations.
Data and analytics leaders must be able to tie data and analytics strategy to tangible outcomes and promote the adoption of technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), while creating a resilient culture that accelerates change, and where data literacy, digital trust, governance, and data-driven critical thinking are pervasive in the face of overwhelming and unprecedented levels of data.
The Managing Data Overload virtual event explores how public sector institutions are shifting from defensive to offensive data management strategies, to improve operational efficiency and cost reduction enhancing opportunities. We’ll be putting the questions to the experts on data and deep-diving into the data management capabilities needed to deliver on improved outcomes.
Must attend event for public sector data professionals looking to extract actionable insight from an ever-increasing amount of data
Leverage your data warehouse to analyze trends and unearth insights for informed decision making
Explore best practices, top tips and lessons learned from local and international data experts.
Explore the emerging solutions, tools and techniques that overcome challenges and drive efficiencies
BC Ministry of Health
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Canada Revenue Agency
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
University of British Columbia
Canada Border Services Agency