India Analytics and Big data summit 2016 is coming to Delhi for one day - Jan 29, 2016. Allowing excellent networking on top of intensive classes, case studies, demos and workshops that were offered. Previous iterations of India Analytics and Big data summit have allowed us to select and bring back only the finest speakers and top scoring classes to make sure that your Analytics & Big Data conference is unparalleled.
The Cognitive Era is pervasive and will impact every part of our clients' businesses. From customer service to supply chain to HR and beyond. A Cognitive Enterprise is leveraging cognitive computing across all of these applications helping people make better decisions, interact more effectively with their customers, and optimize their business processes.Speaker Profile
As Global Delivery Leader of the IBM Social Analytics Practice, Amit Puri is responsible for delivering all Social Analytics client engagements worldwide. His team comprises of the on-site local consultants and centralized delivery teams based out of Philippines, India, Romania, Poland, China, Egypt, Taiwan and Brazil.
In his career spanning 15 years, Mr Puri gained his consulting and analytics expertise working for global giants in a diverse set of industries which included Suzuki Motors, Shinsei Bank, GE and Cognizant before finally settling down in IBM over 7 years back.
Through his tireless focus on Innovation and Productivity, Mr Puri has led several break throughs for his clients. In 2003, he led multiple productivity streams at Shinsei Bank to identify pockets of manual business processes and automated those through technology deployments reducing resource deployments by over 90%. In 2005, he developed an innovative spend based late fee and finance charge waiver policy for private label credit cards promoted by GE Consumer Finance. In 2007, he setup the Incentive Compensation practice for Pharma clients at Cognizant.
At IBM, Mr. Puri has held various posts traversing Market Intelligence, Business Strategy and Advanced Analytics. He has worked for IBM clients across multiple sectors and in over 20+ countries.
Born in India, Mr. Puri earned his Bachelor of Engineering degree in Industrial Engineering and followed up with an MBA with specialization in Information Management and Finance. He lives in Gurgaon with his wife and two sons and sneaks out for golf whenever he can.
A "customer experience" has evolved from visiting a local store where the owners know customers by name to a world where millions of customers interact with brands using numerous forms of communication and devices. To remain competitive, businesses have to create new customer experience (CX) strategies.
Many organizations struggle with millions of terabytes of behavioral, attitudinal and transactional data to set up sophisticated self-serve or premium support services. Customers today don’t really care how that support comes together, as long as they keep getting that 'while glove' experience every time they shop or engage with the brand. That goes for any channel customers touch during their journey - whether it's via email, phone, online chat, social media or text. This means that no matter how a customer may contact a business, the customer still expects the company to know exactly who they are, their preferences and purchase history. Businesses need to realize the importance of meeting the customer halfway to provide an engaging, integrated CX across all channels of communication.
Gaining insights from your data is the end goal. But before you can exploit your big data, you need the right foundation to ensure that the data is comprehensive, reliable, and timely. The Open Source technologies (including Red Hat) allow you to build a foundation that lets you:
1) Easily integrate traditional data-management technologies with new ones.
2) Adapt to changes in the competitive landscape, emerging technologies, and ever-changing scale of business operations.
3) Be future-ready while solving today's challenges.
4) Avoid becoming locked in to any 1 approach or vendor’s stack.
All of these are important because technologies for tackling big data are in their evolution stage. And if you get your foundation wrong, no amount of investment in analytics software can compensate for it.
Prabhat Kumar is a Solution Architect with Red Hat India and manages the global alliances. He has 13+ years of experience in middleware technologies including significant performance engineering experience. Before Red Hat, Prabhat has worked at Infosys for 8 years and also been part of multiple startups. He is passionate about Open Source movement, and has been an active environmental and social activist.
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