Porto receives event on Data Analytics, Big Data and Data Science – Expert

Porto receives event on Data Analytics, Big Data and Data Science - Expert



Bi4All, a Portuguese company specializing in Data Analytics solutions, will hold this Wednesday, May 29, the "Data Innovation Forum", in the city of Porto. The event will take place between 9:00 AM and 2:30 PM at the Sheraton Porto Hotel & Spa, and is aimed at top decision-makers from companies and public entities, namely CxO (CEO, CFO, CIO, CMO, CTO, COO ) and Middle & Top Managers (IT, Finance, Marketing, Sales, Human Resources).

Through practical presentations, it is intended to demonstrate how organizations can benefit from decision-making processes based on insights, allowing the use of efficient technologies to improve their competitiveness. The event will promote dialogue between the company's experts and business owners and business leaders to address how the use of Data Analytics has the potential to offer competitive advantages to a wide range of organizations.

The topics highlighted in the Data Innovation Forum will be: the increase of the performance of organizations based on the adoption of agile methodologies; the applicability of Analytics and Big Data in digital transformation processes; the demonstration of case examples of organizations that are using Big Data to boost their competitiveness; the implementation of solutions based on Artificial Intelligence and Chatbots; the presentation by LIPOR (Inter-municipal Service of Waste Management of Greater Porto) of a successful case worked in partnership with BI4ALL.

For José Oliveira, CEO of BI4ALL, the most important thing is that "decision-makers have as wide an information set as possible and that their decisions are made consciously and with all alternatives on the table. Only in this way will they be able to exploit such solutions as something positive for their business and thus derive the competitive advantages of which we speak so much. "

Registration is available on the event website.



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