It is not often you get to look behind the curtain and find out how an 80-year-old organization with legacy practices transitioned to advanced analytics by implementing three strategic initiatives.
But that is precisely the kind of eye-opening insights WebbMason Analytics and its client Blue Cross North Carolina will be sharing with a select group of executives at Distilled Data on June 26 at Sagamore Spirits Distillery.
Distilled Data is an invitation-only networking and learning event designed to stimulate discussions about enterprise data and advanced analytics. Invitees are from the C-suites of some of the largest companies in the Baltimore and Washington DC region and include vice presidents, analytics leaders and other senior executives.
“Participants will leave with a wealth of lessons learned and best practices they can bring back to their offices and distill into possibilities and strategies that will fuel their own advanced analytics programs,” says Todd Jones, Managing Partner at WebbMason Analytics. “We have guest speakers from Blue Cross NC, Dataiku, Amazon Web Services (AWS) as well as WebbMason Analytics.”
The speakers will walk participants through the key reasons why Blue Cross NC decided to embrace data analytics and the valuable, actionable results its new platform is generating.
Robert Emerson, VP of Strategic Data Management at Blue Cross NC will explain his company’s journey to a modern, data-driven enterprise that uses the latest techniques and technology to extract actionable business insights from internal and provider network data.
Brooke Jones, Founding Partner at WebbMason Analytics, will discuss DevOps for analytics projects and how to maximize your investment in technology, ensure you have high quality and accurate data and ultimately generate valuable insights and products for your business stakeholders.
Executives from Dataiku and AWS will show delegates how their technology is being used for a variety of cases.
This interactive forum will empower participants with the tools, resources, and the industry insights they need to accelerate their advanced analytics programs.