Gartner Data & Analytics Summit
When: February 26-27
Where: Sydney, Australia at Booth S16
Details: Link for more information
Data and analytics are at the heart of the digital revolution. They are an imperative across all industries.
To survive and thrive in the digital era, now is the time to drive data and analytics into the core of your business and scale outward to every employee, customer, supplier and partner. Scaling the value of data and analytics requires a ‘culture of data enablement’ that extends throughout every facet of your organization.
Join Anodot at booth S16 at Gartner’s Data & Analytics Summit 2018, 26-27 February at the ICC in Sydney, Australia. We’ll be sharing our experience and insights into how AI-powered analytics applied to your volumes of data can surface critical issues, saving revenue or discovering valuable opportunities. Details >>
Why Anomaly Detection is Important for All Organisations and Their Journey in Using Anodot & AWS
Delayed business insights cost data-driven companies millions of dollars. With tens of millions of metrics generated in today’s businesses, it’s impossible to manually keep track of everything with traditional BI tools. Join Optus Networks’ Director of New Services Engineering, Jason Wong, present how Optus Networks is leveraging the powerful anomaly detection capabilities of Anodot’s AI Analytitcs to proactively address business incidents in real time, protect revenue and keep their customers happy.
Presented by Jason Wong
Jason Wong is the Director of New Services Engineering with Optus Networks, looking after a number of key transformative 5G initiatives in the Data Analytics, IOT and Cloud space. Jason started his career as a software developer in the ERP software domain. Noticing that there was a gap in the market for logistical tracking, he co-founded a start-up to address that market segment, successfully selling the start-up in his 20s. Since then, Jason has been focused on the telecommunications industry, joining Singtel-Optus in the early 2000s. During his tenure there, Jason has managed and overseen a number of transformative projects that saw the telco industry moving from creating revenue from selling Messaging services to Carriage and lately to Data and Content. Jason holds a first class honours in Electrical Engineering from the University of Melbourne and is a certified PMP.