Wed 26 Mar 2014 | Kim Frew | Leave a comment This event was well represented across the private sector and government. It was interesting to hear a range of aspirations and experiences around the theme of ‘Analytics for Tomorrow’. Some highlights included; the potential of Big Data analytics developments including advances in churn analysis; a case study of team challenges and approaches for the immediate tomorrow, data management and data visualisation, 12 tips on building an effective analytics team, plus sharing data and insights and building a collaborative analytics ecosystem in New Zealand. Many thanks to our speakers: Leonard Dench, NEC New Zealand On global innovation in analytics, through a NEC Big Data partnership with Harmonic Analytics in NZ and how this impacts internationally. Check out NEC for more information. Peter Ellis, Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment On team approaches to data management and visualisation for data-intensive Business Growth Agenda reporting. Check out Peter’s slides here. Cyrus Facciano, Qrious – A Telecom Digital Venture On building a collaborative analytics ecosystem and solving the data transport problem to make insights faster and easier to obtain. Check out Qrious, a Telecom Digital Venture for more information. Thanks also to our event sponsor NEC, and networking drinks sponsor Harmonic Analytics.