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February 18, 2021 10:30 AM EST

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"Velocity" is the rapid transformation of data into insight. Creating and enabling that Velocity involves leveraging a combination of technologies and best practices to enable the workforce to focus on higher-value outcomes. Industry leaders are understanding what it takes to wield data & analytics as a competitive weapon, and are able to deliver accurate insight faster and to more people as a result. This conference is designed to highlight what these leaders are actively getting right and how others can follow suit while avoiding major pitfalls.

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What

Process Tempo Annual Conference: VELOCITY 2021 (Virtual)
 

When

February 18th, 2021 at 10:30 AM
Where
This event is virtual. The link will be posted & sent directly to registered attendees closer to the event.
Why Velocity
The theme of "Velocity" is centered around the rapid transformation of data into insight. Creating and enabling that Velocity involves leveraging a combination of technologies and best practices to enable the workforce to focus on higher-value outcomes. Industry leaders are understanding what it takes to wield data & analytics as a competitive weapon, and are able to deliver accurate insight faster and to more people as a result.

In
 2021, more companies are projected to follow suit and improve their standing by investing heavily in their data & analytics efforts. Yet the scale and complexity of becoming data-driven opens up a great deal of risk for organizations, demonstrated mainly through investments that don’t always help to close the data-driven gap.
 
Velocity 2021 is an inside look into how to:
  • Avoid major pitfalls surrounding data & analytics in 2021
  • Deliver faster analytical insight
  • Identify the best practices to implement for your organization
  • Identify the must-have technologies for your organization
  • Reduce the risk of your data-driven investments
Agenda
  • "Creating Velocity in 2021"

    • Presented by Phil Meredith, CEO & Founder of Process Tempo, Inc.
       

  • "Fostering a Data-Driven Culture"

    • ​Presented by Stacey Schwarcz, CEO & Founder of Ariel Analytics

  • "The Keys to Enabling Data Democratization"

    • ​Presented by Chuck Yarbrough, Senior Director, Product Marketing at Hitachi Vantara

  • Inside The Product: What's New In Version 3.3

    • Data Explorer

    • Dashboard Builder

    • 42Crunch Connector

    • Search Engine Optimization

    • Homepage Designer​
       

  • Process Tempo’s Managed Analytics as a Service (MAaaS)

    • Data Strategy, Governance, and Design​

    • Accompanying Capabilities

"Creating Velocity in 2021"

​Phil Meredith, CEO & Founder of Process Tempo, Inc.

 

Phil Meredith is the founder and CEO of Process Tempo, Inc. Phil has been a pioneer in the data and analytics industry for over 25 years, working for both established vendors as well as a variety of Silicon Valley startups. Process Tempo was founded to solve a problem Phil has seen repeatedly throughout his career: the need to reduce bottlenecks that prevent business leaders from gaining timely access to contextual data. Phil helps create more agile organizations by enabling them with next-generation decision support capabilities.

"Fostering a Data-Driven Culture"

By Stacey Schwarcz, CEO & Founder of Ariel Analytics
 

Stacey has over 10 years of experience in analytics and operations, having worked in a variety of industries including financial services, management consulting, engineering, and transportation. She built an analytics function and managed a data science team for a Fortune 500 company and has held several senior operations management and strategy roles. Stacey holds graduate degrees in engineering and data analytics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and City University of New York (CUNY). Stacey specializes in analytics for business operations (finance, HR, business development, fundraising, etc.). She understands their struggles with legacy systems, unreliable or inaccessible data, and insufficient analytics resources. She helps these functions improve their analytics capabilities through data strategy, better analysis and models, report automation and interactive dashboards, and analytics training to boost skills and knowledge to achieve long term impact. Stacey founded Ariel Analytics (www.arielanalytics.com), a data science and strategy consultancy, to provide specialized data analytics expertise and personalized attention to guide companies in maximizing the value of their data and the potential of their people to make better business decisions.
 

"The Keys to Enabling Data Democratization"

Chuck Yarbrough, Hitachi Ventura

 

Chuck Yarbrough leads Hitachi Vantara’s ISV ecosystem and focuses on the identification and development of repeatable data-driven solutions that deliver business value to customers. Chuck has deep expertise in data engineering and analytics with more than 20 years of experience helping organizations use data to manage, predict and transform their business. Previously, Chuck has held technical and product leadership roles at Pentaho, Deloitte, SAP, and Hyperion.