Show genuine ROI when you maximise the opportunity to meet business intelligence, data and analytics decision makers across industry.
Attend this event and hear practical insights from leading international and local BI, data, analytics and AI practitioners.
3 & 4 March: Conference & exhibition
5 March: Workshops
Sandton Convention Centre
From data preparation and management, to analytics and visualisation, and even further ahead to artificial intelligence and machine learning, today’s businesses require a thorough understanding of the entire BI, analytics and AI landscape if they are to successfully translate their data into actionable insights.
ITWeb Business Intelligence Summit 2020 will provide a platform for data, BI, analytics and AI specialists from across industry to meet, share knowledge and hear about the latest technologies, solutions and trends. The practical application of BI, data, analytics and AI strategies will feature strongly, and the programme will include local and international case studies, real success stories and lessons learnt, interactive panel discussions and practical workshops.
Mike is a bestselling author, international speaker and executive advisor helping organisations use data and AI to transform their businesses and grow. Mike has worked across a range of industries, advising leaders on how to generate real business value with AI and its family of technologies, machine learning and data. His has built award-winning teams, created data-driven cultures and developed algorithms that have generated millions of pounds in revenue. Mike is the author of the bestselling book, “Cracking the Data Code”, and it has been used a blueprint on data for many businesses.
Mike will be speaking about Making AI a business reality and will also be running a half-day workshop on Finding AI: helping organisations find that game-changing use for AI in their business.
Mico Yuk is the founder of BI Brainz and the BI Dashboard Formula (BIDF) methodology, where she has trained thousands globally how to strategically use the power of data visualization to enhance the decision-making process. Her proprietary BI Dashboard Formula Methodology (BIDF) fuses the art of data storytelling and visualization to drive users to take action. Mico’s ability to help companies gain ROI from their business intelligence investments has been sought out by Fortune 500 companies such as Shell, FedEx, Nestle, Qatargas, Ericsson, Procter & Gamble, Kimberly-Clark, FedEx and more. Rated as the #7 most influential entrepreneur in BI by Onalytics, she also authored Data Visualization for Dummies (Wiley 2014).
Mico will be speaking about The power of data storytelling – how to influence actions and accelerate decision making.
ITWeb’s Business Intelligence Summit 2020 will be held from 3 to 5 March at the Sandton Convention Centre.
The workshops are aimed at helping delegates harness the power of analytics and AI so they can take their businesses to the next level, says Angela Mace, CRM and Events Director at ITWeb.
This track takes a detailed look at what processes and strategies need to be put in place in order to ensure your data is properly prepared and managed, and how it should be governed in order to meet internal and external compliance requirements.
Behind all the hype around the latest tools and technologies, how do you actually get your BI/analytics project off the ground and generating tangible results? This track will focus on practical case studies and real-world implementations, plus we compare the pros and cons of some of the different BI tools and technologies on the market.
This data track has more of a technical focus, examining the issues around migrating your data warehouse, architecting a business-centric data model, managing the transition to a modern data architecture and achieving best practice in modern data integration.
This track will focus on the practical implementation of data science projects. We’ll look at examples of successful implementations, plus how to successfully build a data science team in your organisation. We’ll also examine the role of RPA in data management.
According to Gartner, 60% of BI, data and analytics projects fail because business and IT leaders aren’t using a common language and the real needs of the business haven’t been properly understood.
If you answered YES to any of these questions then don’t miss out on this opportunity to showcase your data, BI and analytics solutions to a business decision maker audience at ITWeb Business Intelligence Summit 2020 – THE annual BI, data, analytics and AI event on the South African calendar.
"Thank you so much for putting on an excellent summit. We have had a busy two weeks working through the leads. Thanks for being so accommodating, we really appreciate it. See you again next year!"
Norah Wulff, Head of Technology & Operations - WeDoTech Limited
"The event was well organised and we thoroughly enjoyed interacting with the delegates."
Naomi Wernecke – Slipstream