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The Chief Analytics Officer

Data Intelligence - The Future of Big Data
The Future of Big Data

With some guidance, you can craft a data platform that is right for your organization’s needs and gets the most return from your data capital.

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One of the key points I make in our Executive Big Data Workshops is that effective use of Big Data analytics will require transforming both business and IT organizations.   Big Data with access to cross-functional data will transform the strategic processes within a company that guide long term and year to year investments. With the ability to apply machine learning, data mining, and advance analytics to view how different business processes interact with each other, companies now have empirical information for use in their strategic processes.

We are now seeing evidence of this transformation happening with the emergence of the  Chief Analytics Officer position.  As detailed in this InfoWorld article, Chief analytics officer: The ultimate big data job, it’s not about data but what you do with the data. And it is important enough to create a new position, the CAO. I recommend reading this article.

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Bill is a Director and Senior Data Strategist leading Perficient's Big Data Team. Over his 27 years of professional experience he has helped organizations transform their data management, analytics, and governance tools and practices. As a veteran in analytics, Big Data, data architecture and information governance, he advises executives and enterprise architects on the latest pragmatic information management strategies. He is keenly aware of how to advise and lead companies through developing data strategies, formulating actionable roadmaps, and delivering high-impact solutions. As one of Perficient’s prime thought leaders for Big Data, he provides the visionary direction for Perficient’s Big Data capability development and has led many of our clients largest Data and Cloud transformation programs. Bill is an active blogger and can be followed on Twitter @bigdata73.

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