The company Gartner recently released report ” Top 10 Data & Analytics Trends for 2020 “, which stated that “data processing requirements and needs of their analyzes in the future will increase interaction and collaboration among formerly separate disciplines. This has an impact not only on the technologies provided and the functionality of the tools, but also on the human resources and processes that support and use them. For example, information explorers or citizen developers will be added to traditional data analysts . “
Forbes predicts that there will be a shortage of at least 250,000 data scientists in the United States by 2024, and wonders how data-dependent businesses will survive? Should we strengthen citizen data scientists and democratize access to data? Or is there a better way to optimize our teams of data analysts?
Join us and discuss with our experts the form of next generation data scientists.
Who should attend? This event is ideal for anyone who processes and analyzes large volumes of data.
The webinar is free for all interested parties. It will also be accessible to registered users from the record.
Webinar Series: “Next Generation”
This webinar is part of Altair’s Next Generation webinar series. The last episode was entitled ” The Next Generation of Data-Driven Lending ” and featured the CEOs of Credit Kudos, Funding Options, Trezeo and Capital on Tap.
We are constantly expanding our network of clients, including major final manufacturers and suppliers for the automotive, aerospace and railway industries, as well as small and large engineering companies. We are active in the Czech Republic and beyond.
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