Chief Data and Analytics Officers conference connects industry professionals

Stibo Systems will have a stand at the Chief Data and Analytics Officers conference.

The conference is being held in Melbourne from the 3rd to the 5th of September.

It is a unique event that connects data analytics executives to people, technology and ideas.

Through the conference’s immersive and interactive format, event-goers will discover how other organisations are tackling the high-priority challenges facing data executives today including governance, privacy, culture and talent, and the effective application of artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced analytics.

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Stibo Systems believes the future of business requires a digital business core of operational data that is continuously shaped and delivered to produce superior business outcomes.

Stibo Systems helps hundreds of forward-thinking companies around the world who have unlocked the full value of their information – empowering business users to act with confidence in their data, adapt quickly to changing market conditions and go beyond to anticipate what’s next.

The company works with businesses such as Kellogg’s and Kraft Heinz to help them better manage their complex manufacturing and distribution businesses.

Sitbo Systems is used by companies such as Walmart and Kaufland for providing the right food information to their customers.

Stibo Systems works with supermarkets and other businesses within the food sector, but it is by no means limited to the food and beverage industry.

It is widely used by other sectors such as clothing retail and distribution industries.

The company is a privately held subsidiary of the Stibo A/S group, originally founded in 1794. Its corporate headquarters is located in Aarhus, Denmark.

Speakers at the Chief Data and Analytics Officers Conference include UBER USA marketing analytics and data science manager Mario Vinasco, Bank of New Zealand chief data and analytics officer David Thomas, and Foxtel head of data and analytics hub Simone Roberts, and many more.