"Big Data: Profits and pitfalls"
Panelists: Brian Kenjarski
, MD, MBA, FACEP, VP, Chief Medical Information Officer, Methodist Health System
Eric Swayne, Sr.,
Director of Fan Engagement, Funimation
, VP, Software Solution Sales, Acuity Brands
Moderator: Robert W. Kantner,
Partner, Jones Day
Every day, most companies collect large amounts of customer or patient data and seek to use that data to enhance the products and services they offer and thus their relationship with their customers. The data comes directly from customers or through their visits to company websites, from sensors and other devices in products sold to customers and, in some cases, from third parties or software licensed from third parties. The speakers on this panel will address the opportunities, challenges, and practical and legal limitations and risks posed by the use of customer and other data about customers in three very different industries.
About the speakers:
is the Senior Director of Fan Engagement at Funimation / Group 1200 Media. At Funimation his team manages all areas of connection with fans: Social Media, Paid Media, Email, Public Relations, and Conventions/Events. In his agency life he worked with clients across verticals including Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Sam's Club, Walmart, Best Buy, HP, Cisco, IBM, Bank of America, H-E-B, SuperValu, Bicycle Playing Cards, Famous Footwear, Texas Instruments, American Airlines, and the U.S. Treasury.
is the Vice President of IoT Software Solution Sales at Acuity Brands where he is leading the adoption, distribution, and commercialization of the Atrius Software Platform, an indoor positioning solution leveraging Atruis sensory networks with focus on the healthcare vertical. He has over 20 years of experience in information technology with an emphasis on enterprise-wide software and IoT solutions in the Americas and EMEA. As a renowned mobility and LBS/RTLS subject matter expert, he brokered one of hte largest RTLS contracts in the healthcare industry and the world's first indoor navigation system in a hospital. He was also involved in projects with some of the world's largest public facing venues in hospitality, retail, and aviation, implementing state of the art IoT solutions around location based services, mobile engagement, and analytics.
A graduate of the Munich Business School in Germany and McGill University in Montreal, Marc also co-authored a patent on manufacturing practices and a mobile application.
is an experienced trial lawyer who has focused his practice on intellectual property and commercial cases. He has gone to trial 35 times, serving as lead trial counsel in 27 of those trials; his clients have prevailed outright in 70% of those cases. Seven of Bob's first chair trials have been patent cases and seven others have been trade secret cases. He has also tried two copyright cases involving software, electronic payment, genetic test, oil and gas exploration, and petrochemical distillation technologies. Bob has represented clients from China, France, Germany, South Korea, and Taiwan, and has handled cases in federal and state courts throughout Texas.
Bob received his BA from the University of Virginia, and JD from Harvard University. He is a Member of the Board of Directors of Japan-America Society of Dallas/Ft. Worth, was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Ft. Worth from 2013- 2014, and was a Member of the Mayor of Dallas' International Relations Committee from 2010 - 2014. He is named in The Best Lawyers in America
from 2007 - 2015.