This year, Cloud Expo Europe brings the hottest topics on the table and Blockchain is one of them. Really interested to see James Allerton-Austin discuss how the collaboration of enterprise vendors is making the practical use of Blockchain a reality for organisations in 2018.
Blockchain is one of the most popular talking points in the IT industry today, with thousands of technical proofs, use-cases and experiments being planned and delivered to show the value of this technology.
In a world where change is constant, how do you predict trends and make sense of your data? Ian Sharp, Lead Data Scientist, will shed some light on innovative uses of data during his Cloud Expo Europe session. Save the date or remain dataless.
In a world where change is constant, how do you predict trends and make sense of your data?
What if you could detect issues you didn’t know you had? See how data and analytics allow insights into every aspect of the Bloodhound car, and how you could use the same technology for your business at Cloud Expo Europe 2018.
How does data drive the fastest car in the world and how is it inspiring a generation?
Get your chance to discover what smart contracts really are and how they could be applied in blockchain environments. Join “Blockchain and the power of Smart Contracts” webcast on March 21 @ 11:00 CET
By 2020 Blockchain will be the disruptive standard in global business transactions. Join the Oracle Blockchain Webcast Series to discover more.
What do successful companies have in common? Data that speaks volumes about customer intent. If you want to learn more on the subject, check out John Abel’s session at Cloud Expo Europe. I heard it includes series of industry examples, so make sure you won’t miss it.
This fast-passed session will explore how successful companies are using data and emerging technologies to help engage positively with their customers at the right moment in time.
Anthem Creates a Data-Driven Culture with Oracle Analytics
Joe Knytych, Staff VP of Talent Insights at Anthem, describes how Oracle’s self-service analytics in the cloud helps Anthem achieve its goal of driving innovation by enabling deep analytical expertise together with broad operational insights.
Funnel analysis, web metrics, and other data analytics applications give Exelon (the largest electric holding company in the US) a comprehensive view of its customer engagement across all touch points at all utilities.
Exelon’s use of Oracle Opower products. The software allows the company to offer multi-channel personalized experiences for its residential, business, commercial, and industrial customers. The platform includes a full suite of business analytics tools that give Exelon (the largest electric holding company in the US) self-service access to data and insights to improve program management and decision making.