The proven benefits of an informed, data-driven organisation

Wednesday, September 21st, 12:30 PM

IT Leaders in Manufacturing, Energy, Automotive, Chemical, Pharma, Biotech, and Healthcare in the Benelux, UK, and DACH regions are invited to join this virtual roundtable on ‘The proven benefits of an informed, data-driven organisation’.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. 

The proven benefits of an informed, data-driven organisation

Data is claimed to be the most valuable asset of any organisation, but its actual business use remains a challenge. While CDO, CIO, and CTO roles have expanded, guiding individuals towards a data-driven culture by implementing organisational, technical, and cultural programs is still a work in progress.

Why this status quo? Because of the disconnect at all levels of large organisations: silos in teams, data silos, and gaps in the access to information (or inability to access the relevant information). The ultimate goal of becoming data-driven is to connect people, information, and expertises in order to drive more innovation — in the processes, products and services, and customer service.

  • What does ‘data-driven’ mean, exactly?
  • What are the benefits of data-driven insights?
  • How can organisations create a data-driven culture?

Join leaders interested in exchanging different approaches to data culture.

Job titles may include Chief Data Officer, Chief Digital Officer, Chief Innovation Officer, Chief Transformation Officer, and other senior decision-makers responsible for IT.

12:30 PM: Guests to check-in online
12:35 PM: Welcome and opening address by The Ortus Club
12:40 PM: Short introduction by Sinequa
12:45 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
13:45 PM: End of session

Hosted by Sinequa

Event Detail

Wednesday, September 21, 2022 12:30
Virtual
Benelux, UK, and DACH region

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