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MITCDOIQ Symposium 2017, Cambridge, MA

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2 Amherst Street Cambridge, MA, 02139 United States (map)

MITCDOIQ Symposium 2017, July 12-14, 2017 Cambridge, MA (#MITCDOIQ, #MITIQ)

Exploiting Data Capital for Organizational Performance

VENUE: Massachusetts Institute of Technology  – Tang Building (E51), MIT East Campus, 2 Amherst St., Cambridge, MA, USA 02139

Reltio's VP of Marketing Ajay Khanna will be presenting 

How CDOs & CIOs are Driving Digital Transformation

Today's business landscape more dynamic than ever. New revenue models, stringent regulationsand high customer expectations are forcing organizations to evolve or face being overrun by more nimble competitors. 

CDOs and CIOs of established business are looking to digital transformation as a key initiative. But what exactly does digital transformation entail? At its core any digital transformation requires clean and consistent data, reconciled across systems and channels. An enterprise wide data management foundation that ensures real-time access to reliable data of all types at scale and is non-negotiable. Data access and must be democratized across all groups and divisions so that teams can get a 360-degree view of customers, products, organizations and more. But it's not just about disconnected, siloed analytics. It's about the next generation of operational, data-driven applications that allow frontline business users to gain relevant insight and intelligent recommended actions so they can achieve their goals. This session explores how some of the largest companies in the world are transforming themselves using the same modern data management technology used by Internet giants, such as Amazon, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google.

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Against the backdrop of Big Data, the Chief Data Officer, by any name, is emerging as the central player in the business of data, including cybersecurity. In 2017, the MITCDOIQ Symposium will explore the developing landscape, from local organizational issues to global challenges, through case studies from industry, academic, financial, government and healthcare leaders.

In its eleventh year, MITCDOIQ Symposium will continue the tradition that started years ago of bringing CDOs and IQ Professionals from all over the world to take part in sessions and workshops and to attend presentations, which are geared towards the professional development of CDOs.