Chief Data and Analytics Officer Forum Melbourne 2016

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The Chief Data & Analytics Officer Forum, Melbourne on 5-7 September, 2016 is where over 150 of the region’s leading data and analytics executives will gather to share their insights on how to develop the infrastructure, ecosystem, buy-in, and culture to enable the use of data as a strategic asset to drive business advantage. Hear best practice examples around getting the processes, people and finally the right tools in place to deliver on their analytics projects. CDAO Melbourne will offer the top case studies in this space and ample networking opportunities across the three days for attendees to have those crucial conversations with vendors and their peers. Mix of Conference Formats • Choose between three tracks: Chief Data Officer / Chief Analytics Officer / Advanced Innovation. • Book onto the Pre-Conference Focus Day - Data Governance+, addressing your big data quality and governance nuances. • Maximise your networking opportunities through our icebreaker, discussion groups, roundtables, cocktail reception and additional breaks. • Discover the latest and greatest technology advancements in the data and analytics space through attendance at the Advanced Innovation Track Join us in September to hear some of Australia’s best use-cases, ground-breaking innovations and research, as well as the chance to network with 200 like-minded individuals, all there to share their insights and challenges. It is THE data and analytics event of the year! As a supporter of the event, CMSWire readers will receive 15% off the current price with this special discount code –CDAOMCMS For more information visit: For enquiries please contact: [email protected]

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