“Big Picture/Little Picture, Big Data/Little Data”: First DAA Symposium in Toronto

“Big Picture/Little Picture, Big Data/Little Data”: First DAA Symposium in Toronto

Update:  The Symposium has been postponed to spring 2015.  Stay tuned for an update.

The first ever Digital Analytics Association (DAA) Symposium in Canada comes to Toronto on Tuesday November 18, 2014, and will be held at the transformed Berkeley Church at 315 Queen Street East (map) in Toronto.

DAA Toronto Symposium

The theme is about managing analytics in a complex fast changing world of quickly evolving capabilities and demands.  Expect a great afternoon of sharing & discussion followed by a networking reception.

Much hype exists around big data.  Let’s not lose sight of the big picture and why analytics is an important practice of ever increasing value, one that requires attention to the details (i.e. consideration of the localized, small picture).

Discuss how to practically manage daily needs of delivering insight that supports operations (little data), while managing progressive and leading edge analysis methods with the potential for delivering actionable insights at remarkable speed and granularity (big data).

Speakers include:

  • Jim Sterne, Founder, eMetrics & Chairman, DAA
  • Sharon Flynn and Andrew Wallace, TV Ontario
  • Robb MacDonald, SAP
  • Kelly Peters, BE Works
  • Phil Gross, Visual IQ
  • Ujwal Arkalgud, Sonic Boom
  • Patrick Brown, Nurun

Space is limited so register early on the DAA website.

This Symposium is organized by local DAA volunteers in Waterloo, Burlington, Oakville as well as Toronto. We encourage you to become a member of the DAA and get involved!

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