Loading Map.... Mac’s Brewbar4 Taranaki Street - WellingtonEvents -41.290168 174.78004269999997 Date/Time Date(s) - 28/06/20174:30 pm - 7:00 pm Location Mac's Brewbar Categories The 2nd Wellington Analytics Forum meeting of 2017 is locked and loaded – Foundations of Analytics. When: Wednesday 28th June 2017 Time: 4.30pm – 7.00pm. Talks will begin at 5pm with time for networking before and after. Where: Mac’s Brewbar, Taranaki St Wharf This forum will focus on the foundations of analytics. Speakers from Kiwibank, Harmonic Analytics, and the Ministry of Social Development will discuss different parts of the foundations needed to be successful with analytics. We’re also pleased to have Kiwibank sponsor this event. Our speakers: The analytics journey we are on at Kiwibank Mark Topham, Head of Data & Analytics, Kiwibank Mark will talk about the analytics journey Kiwibank is on, including the foundations they are laying to ensure data and analytics helps drive the business. Data quality is the foundation for evidence based decision making Dr Lisa Chen, Chief Analytics Officer, Harmonic Analytics Business leaders, managers and operational staff are making significant decisions based on information that is often supported by poor quality underlying data. Increasingly, attention is focused on establishing robust metrics to enable organisations to understand the quality of their data in order to derive trusted insights. Data quality is the foundation for evidence based decision making. This presentation will outline how to measure your data quality and identify where anomalies exist, to help determine the usefulness of your data, how to improve it and, as it improves, the increased potential for advanced analytics. Deploying analytics into interactions with customers improves outcomes. Matt Spencer, Chief Analytics Officer, Ministry of Social Development Deploying analytics into interactions with customers improves outcomes. There are numerous use cases for this approach, but a pattern has emerged: “next best offer” type services can improve front line effectiveness – especially useful when staff or customers have information overload. This talk will outline an analytics as a service approach to augmented decision making at the front line. Please note: The event is free but requires a booking. Due to the limited number of seats available, we recommend that you book early and request that you make this unique opportunity a priority. If after booking you are unable to attend, please cancel your booking so that others can participate. Bookings This event is fully booked.