datamaster summit 2020

Watch "It’s Time to Manage Enterprise Data as an Asset"
Andy Palmer, CEO of Tamr

This virtual event brought together business leaders and technology experts as part of a two-day summit. The goal of DataMasters was to celebrate and build a community around those that are helping their organizations leverage data as an asset.

Dataops Best Practices

Anthony Deighton

The Future of Data Mastering At Scale

Anthony Deighton

Chief Product Officer @ Tamr

Creating cloud-native data mastering solutions that scale. Hear from Anthony Deighton, Chief Product Officer of Tamr, on our product innovations from this past year that accelerate business outcomes and the future of data mastering from Tamr.

Andy Palmer

It’s Time to Manage Enterprise Data as an Asset

Andy Palmer

CEO @ Tamr

Digital transformation is an urgent competitive necessity. What does it take to reach total digital transformation? The first step is to manage data as an asset.

Tamr’s CEO, Andy Palmer, kicks off DataMasters Summit with a vision: a world where people in large organizations are empowered to deliver business value with mastered enterprise data @ scale across silos.

Shashi Raina

Accelerating business outcomes with Tamr and Amazon Web Services

Shashi Raina

Partner Solution Architect, Amazon Web Services

Learn why customers are turning to Tamr and Amazon Web Services to master data at scale. Topics this session will cover include the cost saving generated by leveraging Tamr’s cloud-native capabilities, how Tamr works with the various data services of Amazon Web Services, and what customer should know about migrating to Amazon Web Services from on-premise systems.

George Fraser

Getting the Most Out of Your Data Warehouse: Data Movement and Mastering with Snowflake, Redshift, and BigQuery

George Fraser

CEO Fivetran

Data warehouses have transformed the data management ecosystem. But what else is needed to ensure that data is accessible and optimized for business outcomes? Hear from George Fraser, CEO of Fivetran, and Andy Palmer, CEO of Tamr, about modern data movement and data mastering capabilities that ensure data warehouses have enterprise-wide data assets that are analytics-ready.

Pankaj Bagri

Developing a modern data architecture with the cloud

Pankaj Bagri

Vice President, Product Partnerships @ DataBricks

In this fireside chat, Tamr Chief Product Officer Anthony Deighton and Pankaj Dugar, vice president of product partnerships at Databricks, share how the cloud offers the scalability, favorable total cost of ownership, and elasticity organizations need to better leverage their data. You’ll also learn how Tamr fits with Databricks’ lakehouse approach to data management.

Rich Miner

How 5G, IoT, and Cloud Shift Data Management Paradigms

Rich Miner

Android Co-Founder and Investor, Google Ventures

The era of mobile, cloud and IoT shifts the way enterprises deal with data, requiring organizations to handle data at scale, eliminating silos, and using it for better business outcomes. In their open conversation Rich Miner, investment partner on the GV team and co-founder of Android, Inc and Andy Palmer, CEO and Co-Founder of Tamr will discuss how the rapid developments in the mobile and IoT rapidly transform the way data is managed by organizations. Rich and Andy will discuss the benefits and challenges in a world that is rapidly transformed.

Mark Marinelli

7 Components of the DataOps Ecosystem

Mark Marinelli

Head of Customer and Partner Enablement @ Tamr

DataOps is an emerging set of practices, organizational structures, and technologies for building and automating data pipelines to enable governments to make data-driven decisions quickly. Mark Marinelli, Head of Customer and Partner Enablement at Tamr, shares the key components needed to transform data initiatives.

Mark Marinelli & Katie Porter

DataOps Architecture: Keep the Human in the Loop

Mark Marinelli & Katie Porter

Mark Marinelli, Head of Customer and Partner Enablement @ Tamr
Katie Porter, Sales Engineering Lead @ Tamr

Leverage human intelligence for training the model. Receive trusted results, delivered quickly and at large scale

Marc Alvarez

Don’t Boil the Data Lake

Marc Alvarez

Vice President of Data Management and Operations @ Thomson Reuters

As a business leader, setting objectives to improve the quality of data in your organization is critical. But, being too ambitious could hinder your ability to achieve quick wins and gain support from key stakeholders. To overcome this, data leaders need to avoid ‘boiling the data lake’, a phrase that describes taking the impossible task of transforming your organization’s data management processes overnight. Instead, leaders are encouraged to focus on a specific area and follow the DataOps methodology to incrementally change the processes, technology and people’s behavior within the organization. Marc Alvarez, has applied this ‘entrepreneurial’ approach to data management as Vice President of Data Management and Operations at Thomson Reuters. This session will cover why business leaders should treat data less like an IT project and more like a business asset.

David Cowen

Best Practices for DataOps in BioPharma

David Cowen

Director, Data and Computational Sciences at GlaxoSmithKline

Best practices for modern DataOps in life sciences — fire side chat

Pallab Deb

Accelerating Business Outcomes with Tamr and Google Cloud

Pallab Deb

Head - Partner Solutions & AI Partnerships, Google Cloud

Learn why customers are turning to Tamr and Google Cloud to master data at scale. Topics this session will cover include the cost saving generated by leveraging Tamr’s cloud-native capabilities, how Tamr works with Google’s data services, and what customer should know about migrating to Google Cloud from on-premise systems.

Scott DeMers

3 Common Challenges Associated with Customer Mastering and How to Overcome Them

Scott DeMers

Head of Global Pre-Sales at Tamr

Gaining a holistic view of your organization’s customers across touchpoints is essential to maintain a comprehensive, up-to-date view of consumers. But, many organizations struggle when consolidating internal data sources (e.g. CRM systems) and connecting structured and unstructured external data sources. This session will demonstrate how organizations like Toyota, Johnson & Johnson and Staples master their customer data at scale to improve sales and marketing efforts which drives increased customer satisfaction and retention.

Mike Flasko

Scaling in the Cloud: Azure

Mike Flasko

Partner Director of Product Management, Microsoft

Learn why customers are turning to Tamr and Microsoft Azure to master data at scale. Topics this session will cover include the cost saving generated by leveraging Tamr’s cloud-native capabilities, how Tamr works with Azure’s data services, and what customer should know about migrating to Microsoft Azure from on-premise systems.

Donna Cotton

Best Practices for DataOps in the Public Sector

Donna Cotton

CDO, AFSEO

During this session, Donna Cotton, CDO the U.S. Air Force SEEK EAGLE Office (AFSEO) discusses how the Air Force leveraged 50+ years of accumulated data in its data lake to synthesize previously approved analyses rather than building new analysis from scratch.

Join to learn how both efforts helped engineers certify new stores and capabilities with the agility required to support the modern-day US Air Force.

Speakers Include

Leveraging Federal Data as a Strategic Asset

Speakers Include

Joe Grace—President and CEO at Grace and Associates / Former Chief Information Officer at Navy, Medicine
Nick Sinai—Senior Advisor / Venture Partner at Insight Partners / Former U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Obama Administration
Nate Ashton—Managing Director at Dcode
Lauren Strayhorn—Tech Engagement Manager, Dcode
Todd Broadhurst—Solution Director, Tamr

The U.S. government developed the 2020 Action Plan which establishes a solid foundation to support agencies in the implementation of the government’s data strategy over the next decade. Panelists will start a dialog on the tools and cultural changes that need to be in place in order to support agencies to better leverage their data.

Join this panel to hear from the the former CTO of the Obama administration, the former CIO of Navy – Medicine and tech and government innovation center panelists from Dcode as they gather to debate how agencies should find and use the best tools that ultimately enable them to meet mission success.

Tony Frazier

Meeting Mission Requirements with Mastered Geospatial Data

Tony Frazier

EVP of Global Field Operations at Maxar Technologies

As the proliferation of imagery data and mapping information grows across the federal and
commercial markets, there is a growing need to consolidate, catalog and curate this data from a variety of sources. Hundreds of data sources across GPS, social media, satellite imagery and
other integration points can measure into hundreds of millions of records, perhaps billions.
Conflation of geospatial data is necessary to ensure that all data sources (both internal and
external) are grouped to provide the most complete information about points and entities of
interest.

Maxar’s EVP of Global Field Operations, Tony Frazier and Tamr’s CEO, Andy Palmer will address:
Best practices for geospatial analysts to utilize machine learning coupled with human expertise to save time and improve mission effectiveness
Why cloud native capabilities are crucial for extending information sharing and ingestion and importance of grouping and cleaning data prior to visualization
How analysts can get started

Jeremy Achin

Driving Transformative Data Projects with AI and ML

Jeremy Achin

Data Scientist & CEO, DataRobot

AI and ML are enabling a new paradigm for deploying truly transformational data projects. By leveraging voluminous real-time information and new algorithms, there is a promise of better and more efficient decision making and processes. Join this session, led by two data titans, DataRobot’s CEO, Jeremy Achin and Tamr’s CEO, Andy Palmer. Together they will discuss why AI and ML should have a front row seat in your next data project and what are the most critical best practices to establish the right technology, people and processes to drive project and mission success.

Federal Government

Donna Cotton

Best Practices for DataOps in the Public Sector

Donna Cotton

CDO, AFSEO

During this session, Donna Cotton, CDO the U.S. Air Force SEEK EAGLE Office (AFSEO) discusses how the Air Force leveraged 50+ years of accumulated data in its data lake to synthesize previously approved analyses rather than building new analysis from scratch.

Join to learn how both efforts helped engineers certify new stores and capabilities with the agility required to support the modern-day US Air Force.

Financial Services

Nick Hall

9 Ways to Support a High-impact Analytics Environment

Nick Hall

Former lead for the Analytics Center of Excellence at Barclays

Watch a panel discussion and Q&A featuring Nick Hall, former lead for the Analytics Center of Excellence at Barclays. Andy Palmer, Co-Founder and CEO at Tamr, hosted this session to discuss how Nick Hall built high-performing analytics teams, unlocked value from customer data, and created new growth strategies that leveraged data as a strategic asset for the bank.

Jonathan Holman and Mark Wilson

Using data for digital transformation in financial services: a conversation with Santander UK and Accenture

Jonathan Holman and Mark Wilson

Jonathan Holman, Head of Digital Transformation: Corporate & Commercial Banking, Santander UK
Mark Wilson, Senior Manager, Accenture

Jonathan Holman, Santander UK head of digital transformation, and Mark Wilson, senior manager at Accenture, will discuss the role data management plays in digital transformation projects at financial services organizations. You’ll learn why mastering customer data was a key part of Santander UK’s digital transformation initiative and what Accenture sees as the stumbling blocks that prevent financial services institutions from leveraging data for digital transformation.

Speakers Include

Breaking all the rules: Why finance is turning to machine learning to manage data

Speakers Include

Thomas Pologruto—Chief Data Architect & CTO of Liquid Markets and Data Science, Blackstone
Daniel Waldner—Principal Strategist, Financial Services for Traction on Demand (formerly Director of Data @ Scotiabank)
Ravi Hulasi—Head of Strategic Sales Engineering, Tamr

The sun is setting on the “old ways” of managing data at modern financial institutions. Spurred on by new regulation, intense competition, and the scale of modern data challenge — mapping and managing information principally based on rules is on the way out. In its place, the largest financial organizations are turning to machine learning to more precisely manage their complex and diverse data ecosystems.

Hear from two industry experts driving this change today, Thomas Pologruto, Chief Data Architect & CTO of Liquid Markets and Data Science at Blackstone and Daniel Waldner, Principal Strategist, Financial Services for Traction on Demand (formerly Director of Customer Data at Scotiabank).

Keynote

Anthony Deighton

The Future of Data Mastering At Scale

Anthony Deighton

Chief Product Officer @ Tamr

Creating cloud-native data mastering solutions that scale. Hear from Anthony Deighton, Chief Product Officer of Tamr, on our product innovations from this past year that accelerate business outcomes and the future of data mastering from Tamr.

Andy Palmer

It’s Time to Manage Enterprise Data as an Asset

Andy Palmer

CEO @ Tamr

Digital transformation is an urgent competitive necessity. What does it take to reach total digital transformation? The first step is to manage data as an asset.

Tamr’s CEO, Andy Palmer, kicks off DataMasters Summit with a vision: a world where people in large organizations are empowered to deliver business value with mastered enterprise data @ scale across silos.

Kathleen Maley and Barkha Saxena

Best Practices for the CDO and Data Leaders in Times of Change

Kathleen Maley and Barkha Saxena

Kathleen Maley, Former Head of Consumer & Digital Analytics, KeyBank
Barkha Saxena, Chief Data Officer, Poshmark

CDOs and data experts share their perspectives about how to deal with uncertainty and change within a data organization and how they used data to lead change in their organizations. This panel includes data leaders from KeyBank and Poshmark.

Michael Stonebraker

Changing the Rules on MDM: Data Mastering at Scale

Michael Stonebraker

Co-Founder at Tamr and Turing Award Winner

Today’s data challenges need new solutions. MDM needs machine learning. A.M. Turing award winner Michael Stonebraker offers a thought-provoking session on the next generation of MDM and why human-guided machine learning is the critical advancement in big data that unlocks data to drive analytic insights.

Sarah Gadd and Young Kim

The Business Benefits of Establishing “Data as an Asset”

Sarah Gadd and Young Kim

Sarah Gadd Head of Semantic Technology, Analytics & Machine Intelligence, Credit Suisse
Young Kim Head of Digital Solutions & Group CDO, SK Group

Hear first-hand why data mastering at scale is critical to achieving their businesses goals, and how they are proving to the business the truth behind the phrase: data as an asset.

Join this roundtable discussion led by Anthony Deighton, Tamr’s Chief Product Officer, with SK Group’s chief data officer, Young Kim, and Credit Suisse’s, Sarah Gadd to learn more about why Tamr customers value data mastering at scale and what it allows them to accomplish for the business.

Leadership in Data

Nick Hall

9 Ways to Support a High-impact Analytics Environment

Nick Hall

Former lead for the Analytics Center of Excellence at Barclays

Watch a panel discussion and Q&A featuring Nick Hall, former lead for the Analytics Center of Excellence at Barclays. Andy Palmer, Co-Founder and CEO at Tamr, hosted this session to discuss how Nick Hall built high-performing analytics teams, unlocked value from customer data, and created new growth strategies that leveraged data as a strategic asset for the bank.

Anthony Deighton

The Future of Data Mastering At Scale

Anthony Deighton

Chief Product Officer @ Tamr

Creating cloud-native data mastering solutions that scale. Hear from Anthony Deighton, Chief Product Officer of Tamr, on our product innovations from this past year that accelerate business outcomes and the future of data mastering from Tamr.

Andy Palmer

It’s Time to Manage Enterprise Data as an Asset

Andy Palmer

CEO @ Tamr

Digital transformation is an urgent competitive necessity. What does it take to reach total digital transformation? The first step is to manage data as an asset.

Tamr’s CEO, Andy Palmer, kicks off DataMasters Summit with a vision: a world where people in large organizations are empowered to deliver business value with mastered enterprise data @ scale across silos.

Salema Rice

Building Data Teams for Tomorrow’s Challenges

Salema Rice

CDO @ Geometric Results

When building successful companies, there are generally three elements to this success: great people, streamlined processes, and key core and integrated technology. Salema Rice, CDO at Geometric Results, and her team are focused on answering the question: How to have the right team and processes to win our data challenges?The answer is simple, it’s in the data.

By delivering better hires to companies through innovative data analysis, companies can ensure future success. Coupled with the right processes and tech stack – an organization can turbo-charge its data and analytics outcomes. Join Andy Palmer, Tamr’s CEO, and Salema Rice as they dive into the people part of data.

Attendees will learn:
The key elements for building effective data teams
How agile methodology plays a role in modern data organizations
How the combination of people, processes, and technology accelerates outcomes

Paul Balas

COVID-19: Building Trust in Data To Save Lives

Paul Balas

Consultant @ 303Computing / Former Chief Advisor Advanced Analytics @ Newmont Mining

Data is an asset to fight the spread of COVID19. Data also needs to be clean and mastered for accurate reporting. Paul Balas embarked on a project to master COVID19 data using Tamr for the data mastering part of the project. Paul will share his work and his findings in this session.

Kathleen Maley and Barkha Saxena

Best Practices for the CDO and Data Leaders in Times of Change

Kathleen Maley and Barkha Saxena

Kathleen Maley, Former Head of Consumer & Digital Analytics, KeyBank
Barkha Saxena, Chief Data Officer, Poshmark

CDOs and data experts share their perspectives about how to deal with uncertainty and change within a data organization and how they used data to lead change in their organizations. This panel includes data leaders from KeyBank and Poshmark.

Christopher Ahlberg

Data Secures the World

Christopher Ahlberg

Co-Founder and CEO, Recorded Future

Information Security is an increasingly growing data problem. To be able to assess the security posture of organizations, one needs to process and assess massive amounts of structured and unstructured data, sourced from external resources, such as threat intelligence, and from internal IT systems. In this open conversation, Christopher Ahlberg, CEO and Co-founder of Recorded Future and Andy Palmer, CEO and Co-founder of Tamr will discuss the challenges of handling security data at scale and how to overcome them.

Michael Stonebraker

Changing the Rules on MDM: Data Mastering at Scale

Michael Stonebraker

Co-Founder at Tamr and Turing Award Winner

Today’s data challenges need new solutions. MDM needs machine learning. A.M. Turing award winner Michael Stonebraker offers a thought-provoking session on the next generation of MDM and why human-guided machine learning is the critical advancement in big data that unlocks data to drive analytic insights.

Mike Stonebraker and Andy Palmer

Live CTO Chat with Turing Award Winner, Michael Stonebraker

Mike Stonebraker and Andy Palmer

Michael Stonebraker Co-Founder at Tamr and Turing Award Winner
Andy Palmer CEO, Tamr

We’re hosting live Q&A with Michael Stonebraker, who was awarded the 2014 A.M. Turing Award (known as the “Nobel Prize of computing”).

Stonebraker will host an unfiltered live Q&A session with Summit attendees — topics he’ll cover is up to the audience. Join us live and ask Stonebraker your questions .

Sarah Gadd and Young Kim

The Business Benefits of Establishing “Data as an Asset”

Sarah Gadd and Young Kim

Sarah Gadd Head of Semantic Technology, Analytics & Machine Intelligence, Credit Suisse
Young Kim Head of Digital Solutions & Group CDO, SK Group

Hear first-hand why data mastering at scale is critical to achieving their businesses goals, and how they are proving to the business the truth behind the phrase: data as an asset.

Join this roundtable discussion led by Anthony Deighton, Tamr’s Chief Product Officer, with SK Group’s chief data officer, Young Kim, and Credit Suisse’s, Sarah Gadd to learn more about why Tamr customers value data mastering at scale and what it allows them to accomplish for the business.

Jonathan Holman and Mark Wilson

Using data for digital transformation in financial services: a conversation with Santander UK and Accenture

Jonathan Holman and Mark Wilson

Jonathan Holman, Head of Digital Transformation: Corporate & Commercial Banking, Santander UK
Mark Wilson, Senior Manager, Accenture

Jonathan Holman, Santander UK head of digital transformation, and Mark Wilson, senior manager at Accenture, will discuss the role data management plays in digital transformation projects at financial services organizations. You’ll learn why mastering customer data was a key part of Santander UK’s digital transformation initiative and what Accenture sees as the stumbling blocks that prevent financial services institutions from leveraging data for digital transformation.

Speakers Include

Breaking all the rules: Why finance is turning to machine learning to manage data

Speakers Include

Thomas Pologruto—Chief Data Architect & CTO of Liquid Markets and Data Science, Blackstone
Daniel Waldner—Principal Strategist, Financial Services for Traction on Demand (formerly Director of Data @ Scotiabank)
Ravi Hulasi—Head of Strategic Sales Engineering, Tamr

The sun is setting on the “old ways” of managing data at modern financial institutions. Spurred on by new regulation, intense competition, and the scale of modern data challenge — mapping and managing information principally based on rules is on the way out. In its place, the largest financial organizations are turning to machine learning to more precisely manage their complex and diverse data ecosystems.

Hear from two industry experts driving this change today, Thomas Pologruto, Chief Data Architect & CTO of Liquid Markets and Data Science at Blackstone and Daniel Waldner, Principal Strategist, Financial Services for Traction on Demand (formerly Director of Customer Data at Scotiabank).

Life Sciences

David Cowen

Best Practices for DataOps in BioPharma

David Cowen

Director, Data and Computational Sciences at GlaxoSmithKline

Best practices for modern DataOps in life sciences — fire side chat

Tech Ecosystem

Anthony Deighton

The Future of Data Mastering At Scale

Anthony Deighton

Chief Product Officer @ Tamr

Creating cloud-native data mastering solutions that scale. Hear from Anthony Deighton, Chief Product Officer of Tamr, on our product innovations from this past year that accelerate business outcomes and the future of data mastering from Tamr.

Andy Palmer

It’s Time to Manage Enterprise Data as an Asset

Andy Palmer

CEO @ Tamr

Digital transformation is an urgent competitive necessity. What does it take to reach total digital transformation? The first step is to manage data as an asset.

Tamr’s CEO, Andy Palmer, kicks off DataMasters Summit with a vision: a world where people in large organizations are empowered to deliver business value with mastered enterprise data @ scale across silos.

Paul Balas

COVID-19: Building Trust in Data To Save Lives

Paul Balas

Consultant @ 303Computing / Former Chief Advisor Advanced Analytics @ Newmont Mining

Data is an asset to fight the spread of COVID19. Data also needs to be clean and mastered for accurate reporting. Paul Balas embarked on a project to master COVID19 data using Tamr for the data mastering part of the project. Paul will share his work and his findings in this session.

Shashi Raina

Accelerating business outcomes with Tamr and Amazon Web Services

Shashi Raina

Partner Solution Architect, Amazon Web Services

Learn why customers are turning to Tamr and Amazon Web Services to master data at scale. Topics this session will cover include the cost saving generated by leveraging Tamr’s cloud-native capabilities, how Tamr works with the various data services of Amazon Web Services, and what customer should know about migrating to Amazon Web Services from on-premise systems.

George Fraser

Getting the Most Out of Your Data Warehouse: Data Movement and Mastering with Snowflake, Redshift, and BigQuery

George Fraser

CEO Fivetran

Data warehouses have transformed the data management ecosystem. But what else is needed to ensure that data is accessible and optimized for business outcomes? Hear from George Fraser, CEO of Fivetran, and Andy Palmer, CEO of Tamr, about modern data movement and data mastering capabilities that ensure data warehouses have enterprise-wide data assets that are analytics-ready.

Pankaj Bagri

Developing a modern data architecture with the cloud

Pankaj Bagri

Vice President, Product Partnerships @ DataBricks

In this fireside chat, Tamr Chief Product Officer Anthony Deighton and Pankaj Dugar, vice president of product partnerships at Databricks, share how the cloud offers the scalability, favorable total cost of ownership, and elasticity organizations need to better leverage their data. You’ll also learn how Tamr fits with Databricks’ lakehouse approach to data management.

Rich Miner

How 5G, IoT, and Cloud Shift Data Management Paradigms

Rich Miner

Android Co-Founder and Investor, Google Ventures

The era of mobile, cloud and IoT shifts the way enterprises deal with data, requiring organizations to handle data at scale, eliminating silos, and using it for better business outcomes. In their open conversation Rich Miner, investment partner on the GV team and co-founder of Android, Inc and Andy Palmer, CEO and Co-Founder of Tamr will discuss how the rapid developments in the mobile and IoT rapidly transform the way data is managed by organizations. Rich and Andy will discuss the benefits and challenges in a world that is rapidly transformed.

Mark Marinelli

7 Components of the DataOps Ecosystem

Mark Marinelli

Head of Customer and Partner Enablement @ Tamr

DataOps is an emerging set of practices, organizational structures, and technologies for building and automating data pipelines to enable governments to make data-driven decisions quickly. Mark Marinelli, Head of Customer and Partner Enablement at Tamr, shares the key components needed to transform data initiatives.

Mark Marinelli & Katie Porter

DataOps Architecture: Keep the Human in the Loop

Mark Marinelli & Katie Porter

Mark Marinelli, Head of Customer and Partner Enablement @ Tamr
Katie Porter, Sales Engineering Lead @ Tamr

Leverage human intelligence for training the model. Receive trusted results, delivered quickly and at large scale

Marc Alvarez

Don’t Boil the Data Lake

Marc Alvarez

Vice President of Data Management and Operations @ Thomson Reuters

As a business leader, setting objectives to improve the quality of data in your organization is critical. But, being too ambitious could hinder your ability to achieve quick wins and gain support from key stakeholders. To overcome this, data leaders need to avoid ‘boiling the data lake’, a phrase that describes taking the impossible task of transforming your organization’s data management processes overnight. Instead, leaders are encouraged to focus on a specific area and follow the DataOps methodology to incrementally change the processes, technology and people’s behavior within the organization. Marc Alvarez, has applied this ‘entrepreneurial’ approach to data management as Vice President of Data Management and Operations at Thomson Reuters. This session will cover why business leaders should treat data less like an IT project and more like a business asset.

David Cowen

Best Practices for DataOps in BioPharma

David Cowen

Director, Data and Computational Sciences at GlaxoSmithKline

Best practices for modern DataOps in life sciences — fire side chat

Pallab Deb

Accelerating Business Outcomes with Tamr and Google Cloud

Pallab Deb

Head - Partner Solutions & AI Partnerships, Google Cloud

Learn why customers are turning to Tamr and Google Cloud to master data at scale. Topics this session will cover include the cost saving generated by leveraging Tamr’s cloud-native capabilities, how Tamr works with Google’s data services, and what customer should know about migrating to Google Cloud from on-premise systems.

Scott DeMers

3 Common Challenges Associated with Customer Mastering and How to Overcome Them

Scott DeMers

Head of Global Pre-Sales at Tamr

Gaining a holistic view of your organization’s customers across touchpoints is essential to maintain a comprehensive, up-to-date view of consumers. But, many organizations struggle when consolidating internal data sources (e.g. CRM systems) and connecting structured and unstructured external data sources. This session will demonstrate how organizations like Toyota, Johnson & Johnson and Staples master their customer data at scale to improve sales and marketing efforts which drives increased customer satisfaction and retention.

Mike Flasko

Scaling in the Cloud: Azure

Mike Flasko

Partner Director of Product Management, Microsoft

Learn why customers are turning to Tamr and Microsoft Azure to master data at scale. Topics this session will cover include the cost saving generated by leveraging Tamr’s cloud-native capabilities, how Tamr works with Azure’s data services, and what customer should know about migrating to Microsoft Azure from on-premise systems.

Donna Cotton

Best Practices for DataOps in the Public Sector

Donna Cotton

CDO, AFSEO

During this session, Donna Cotton, CDO the U.S. Air Force SEEK EAGLE Office (AFSEO) discusses how the Air Force leveraged 50+ years of accumulated data in its data lake to synthesize previously approved analyses rather than building new analysis from scratch.

Join to learn how both efforts helped engineers certify new stores and capabilities with the agility required to support the modern-day US Air Force.

Speakers Include

Leveraging Federal Data as a Strategic Asset

Speakers Include

Joe Grace—President and CEO at Grace and Associates / Former Chief Information Officer at Navy, Medicine
Nick Sinai—Senior Advisor / Venture Partner at Insight Partners / Former U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Obama Administration
Nate Ashton—Managing Director at Dcode
Lauren Strayhorn—Tech Engagement Manager, Dcode
Todd Broadhurst—Solution Director, Tamr

The U.S. government developed the 2020 Action Plan which establishes a solid foundation to support agencies in the implementation of the government’s data strategy over the next decade. Panelists will start a dialog on the tools and cultural changes that need to be in place in order to support agencies to better leverage their data.

Join this panel to hear from the the former CTO of the Obama administration, the former CIO of Navy – Medicine and tech and government innovation center panelists from Dcode as they gather to debate how agencies should find and use the best tools that ultimately enable them to meet mission success.

Tony Frazier

Meeting Mission Requirements with Mastered Geospatial Data

Tony Frazier

EVP of Global Field Operations at Maxar Technologies

As the proliferation of imagery data and mapping information grows across the federal and
commercial markets, there is a growing need to consolidate, catalog and curate this data from a variety of sources. Hundreds of data sources across GPS, social media, satellite imagery and
other integration points can measure into hundreds of millions of records, perhaps billions.
Conflation of geospatial data is necessary to ensure that all data sources (both internal and
external) are grouped to provide the most complete information about points and entities of
interest.

Maxar’s EVP of Global Field Operations, Tony Frazier and Tamr’s CEO, Andy Palmer will address:
Best practices for geospatial analysts to utilize machine learning coupled with human expertise to save time and improve mission effectiveness
Why cloud native capabilities are crucial for extending information sharing and ingestion and importance of grouping and cleaning data prior to visualization
How analysts can get started

Jeremy Achin

Driving Transformative Data Projects with AI and ML

Jeremy Achin

Data Scientist & CEO, DataRobot

AI and ML are enabling a new paradigm for deploying truly transformational data projects. By leveraging voluminous real-time information and new algorithms, there is a promise of better and more efficient decision making and processes. Join this session, led by two data titans, DataRobot’s CEO, Jeremy Achin and Tamr’s CEO, Andy Palmer. Together they will discuss why AI and ML should have a front row seat in your next data project and what are the most critical best practices to establish the right technology, people and processes to drive project and mission success.