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Wednesday, February 15 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Those who own the data will win, everyone else will pay for access FULL

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One of the key drivers for digital transformation in organizations, whether they are commercial, non-profit or government is the desire to capture, access and analyze data they previously couldn’t access. As physical assets become digital ones, they create vast amounts of data that didn’t previously exist. This, coupled with a need to build a truly unified customer view supports our belief that in the future, those who own the data will win, everyone else will pay for access. In this presentation Nick will describe the drivers of this phenomenon, the pitfalls and dilemmas it throws and give example of organizations that have succeeded in taking ownership of data, transforming themselves in the process.

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Anup Uppadhayay

Executive Vice President and Business Delivery Head, VirtusaPolaris
Anup Uppadhayay is EVP and Business Delivery Head for Enterprise Technology Services at VirtusaPolaris.Prior to joining VirtusaPolaris, Anup was at Infosys for 23 years, and in his most recent role was the EVP & Global Head of Strategic Sales Programs. His prior roles at Infosys... Read More →

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Nick Patience

Research VP, Software, 451 Research
Nick works with clients of 451 Research on digital transformation projects, in particular how machine learning and automation can radically change both the customer and employee experience. He has a long background in research in how applications can take advantage of data... Read More →

Wednesday February 15, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm IST
Board Room I