Don't believe the data? Here's what you can do about it: Finance Indaba sneak peak 15
In a time when most businesses are using data and analytics to drive better decision-making, more than half the global leaders in a CEO survey said they didn't trust the data. While “data is the new oil/gold etc.”, more businesses are understanding that data quality and data governance are key to getting real, actionable insights. Is this your challenge? In this session, KPMG data and analytics leader Frank Rizzo shares his experience of how organisations are improving their data management processes and ensuring that complex algorithms are generating reliable insights around customer, workforce and supplier behaviour. If you want to optimise your data and analytics efforts in 2018, this Finance Indaba Africa session will provide ideas and solutions to consider in your business.
What: Don't believe the data? You're not alone. Here's what you can do about it
Who: Frank Rizzo (Technology Sector Leader Africa at KPMG)
When: 13 October at 13h00
Where: Boardroom 1, Sandton Convention Centre
- To make sure you do not miss this essential presentation, REGISTER TODAY with your professional body membership number or code FB2017. All your colleagues are coming, don't miss out!
Finance Indaba Africa is the biggest annual expo and conference for finance professionals. The Finance Indaba brings together thousands of colleagues, suppliers of technologies, platforms, tools, specialists, CFOs and thought leaders.
Over 5,000 visitors tap into a wealth of resources, know-how and inspiration. Gain unparalleled insights. Cut costs dramatically, send sales & productivity through the roof and boost your company's profits. Build a better future for yourself, your company and your country. Get your tickets today before they are sold out. Register now.
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