Data is an integral element of digital transformation for any enterprise. But as organizations seek to leverage their data, they encounter challenges resulting from diverse data sources, types, structures, environments, and platforms.
For too many enterprises today, operational data has largely remained siloed and hidden, leading to an enormous amount of dark data. This impacts a business’s ability to turn data into what it should be: a strategic and manageable asset.
Enter the ‘Data fabric’. This emerging architecture aims to address the data challenges arising out of the hybrid data landscape. A data fabric ensures that all kinds of data can be pulled together and successfully combined, accessed, and governed in one place, creating a network of instantly available information to power a business forward.
But how can companies best implement a data fabric approach? How can existing or new infrastructures help? And what are the learnings from organizations that are further along the data fabric journey?
To address this, CorporateLeaders and IBM are hosting an intimate and interactive peer-to-peer virtual round table discussion for up to 15 Data, Operations, Digital, Automation and Transformation Leaders.
During this interactive virtual meeting taking place on 2nd December at 15:30, our keynote speakers Herman Nielens, Data & AI Architect at IBM and Steven Bex, Director Managed Analytics at Deloitte, will discuss:
Steven Bex is a Director working within the Analytics & Cognitive offering of Deloitte Consulting Belgium. He focuses on creating analytical products, resulting in many instances in managed analytics.
Director & Managed Analytics Leader,
Herman Nielens advises IBM customers and partners alike on the integration and fit of IBM’s Data & AI-related technology capabilities in their organization.
Data & AI Architect,
André launched CorporateLeaders in 2008 with the mission to bring executives together to network, share insights, understand how the latest trends impact their business and how to overcome them with the latest technology, techniques and leadership practices.
Director & Co-Founder,
"Fantastic meeting with a lot of open sharing from companies in different industries and disciplines. I got a lot of good ideas as feedback on my own initiatives that we drive in the company and many good take-aways to drive innovation even further."
"I thought the event was great. What I liked was that there was a tight theme and there was a focus on people sharing and group problem solving and the dinner enabled a lot of relevant and interesting topics to surface and networking to occur.”
“If I were to describe the event in three words they will be fun, ideas, connection.”
‟These events are great every time I attend. I always leave with many new ideas.”
“The event was very inspiring and well conducted. A good investment of time.”
"Not only did I have the opportunity to learn from others' experiences but, I also met very interesting and inspiring people."
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