Managing analysts requires a full understanding and a bird’s eye view of big data technology, corporate culture, the politics of statistics and how your organization measures up on the analytics maturity model. From overseeing corporate data governance to satisfying international data regulations, from bridging the IT/Marketing chasm to mollifying the vendor menagerie and from protecting those who need to stay on time from those who need to stay on budget, your company is on the line and your career is on the line.
Senior executives responsible for data, its interpretation and the value of its exploitation.
A day of private conversation with fellow digital analytics executives.
San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel in conjunction with the eMetrics Summit
Thursday, April 18 from 9:00 until 4:00 including lunch.
Room: Foothill D
To discuss and understand the promises and grapple with the challenges of a new variety of data analysis. An opportunity to get to know your peers, reap their insights follow their progress, share your saga.
Because Bob Page, Vice President of Data & Analytics Platform at eBay asked me to do this three years ago.
Because Joe Megibow, SVP/GM of Omni-Channel eCommerce at American Eagle Outfitters asked me to do this two years ago.
Because David McBride, Director of Analytics at Comcast Video Services asked me to do this one year ago.
Because Balaji Ram, Senior Leader in Site Analytics & Optimization at Walmart.com asked me to do this this year, please.
Topics of Interest
This is a meeting of peers to discuss common issues around interactive data and the new business intelligence value waiting to be mined.
The eMetrics Executive Roundtable is designed for discussions about business, marketing and a smattering of technology. While some tech talk is inevitable, those issues are discouraged in favor of discussions about analytics and strategy.
The format allows for individuals to get to know each other and follow each other’s progress over time. This will be your own Big Data Advisory Board. This is a peer group; membership is not offered to vendors or consultants.
From time to time, industry analysts, experts and perhaps even vendors may be asked to participate. This inaugural meeting will set the stage for future meetings with may include a case study or state of the union address by one member.
Participation Fee: $1795
By invitation only.
The Roundtable is kept to a maximum number of participants to create the proper ambiance for the serious exchange of ideas.
While the subject matter at a conference has value in its breadth, the purpose of the eMetrics Executive Roundtable is depth. The intent is to drill down into the subjects keeping you awake at night that can provide the highest value to your organization. The smaller size ensures all members participate fully.
Please submit this short form to qualify for attendance. We will contact you directly regarding your qualification and invitation.