Analytics & Insights Forum - Dec. 3
Choose your toys wisely: Running an effective and efficient analytics project
Hybrid event: Choose virtual or in-person when you register. The location for in-person attendance is HEXA Coworking in Richardson.
|Caleb Baucom, senior specialist, proposal management - price-to-win business development & sales, L3Harris Technologies||Lee Green, director of business intelligence and enterprise data warehousing, Tokyo Electron|
In the last decade we have seen great advancements in the tools needed to run an efficient and effective analytics team within your organization. There are hundreds of new technologies to help with everything from data ingestion, transformation, storage, extraction, and visualization. But what is right for your organization? Do you need real-time data or would near-time be sufficient? Do you want your processing to be in the cloud or on-prem? Do you want your users to operate in a self-service environment or do you want creation to be controlled? These questions are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what you will need to answer before you start signing contracts for your new toys. This presentation will explore the opportunities and challenges facing organizations as they consider the tools, process, and environment required to drive their data needs.
About the speakers:
Caleb Baucom is a Price-to-Win specialist for L3Harris, a $40B global defense company. Since joining L3H in 2017, Caleb’s efforts have helped secure over $2B in revenue with another $2B currently in the award process. Prior to joining L3H, Caleb was a pricing manager for AT&T Business where he created strategic prices for 10,000 products in 190 countries using advanced data analytics, algorithms, and market research. He began his career in banking during the Financial Crisis as a junior portfolio manager responsible for trades, analytics, and investment strategy. He has been a featured speaker for the annual UT-Arlington Data Analytics Symposium on the topic of Behavioral Analytics in business.
Lee Green is the Director of Business Intelligence (BI) and Enterprise Data Warehousing (EDW) for Tokyo Electron. Tokyo Electron (TEL) is a maker of semiconductor processing equipment whose customers include Intel, Samsung and Micron, among others. Lee is responsible for modernizing the TEL US business intelligence ecosystem. This effort is focused on automation, an improved data supply chain, a move to cloud technology, and a further investment in dimensional modeling. Lee is also heavily involved in the continued growth of data science in TEL US. Prior to this role Lee spent 15 years at Textron, where he was most recently the Director of IT Applications, Data and Analytics at Bell Helicopter. At Bell, Lee was responsible for SAP, MES, and PLM systems. In addition he performed a modernization of the Bell Helicopter Data and Analytics environment.