Analytics & Insights Forum - Sept. 23
|Scott Miller, managing director,
|Josh Power, advanced analytics, automation & AI,
Your team is constantly behind the eight ball searching for, cleansing, and preparing data for consumption. The business is not happy with SLA's and turnaround times required to gather the information they need to execute. Reports and analytics from one manager don't line up with another. Sound familiar? You know it's time to modernize your infrastructure but there is no money in the budget. So how do you convince the C-Suite to find the money? In this session we'll explore how to create a compelling business case in the language of the C-Suite (Opportunity/Lost Opportunity/Top & Bottom Line Impact). Join us for this first in a three part series that covers: Buy-in from the C-Suite, Preparing your data, and Tool selection due diligence.
About the speakers:
Scott Miller, managing director, Sendero, is a management consulting leader with broad experience in a variety of industry and consulting companies. Recent exposure in healthcare, financial services and retail and electric power. He has managed performance organizations that supported large enterprise application integration implementations that integrated internal and external applications for a large de-regulated electric retailer. His specialties are: advanced analytics, enterprise information management, master data management, data governance, executive dashboards, strategic planning, organizational change management, organizational development, human capital management (HCM) deployment, enterprise resource planning deployment and enterprise architecture.
Josh Power, advanced analytics, automation & AI, Oncor, has 20+ years experience in industries including: energy and utilities (CC&B, natural gas - pipeline ops),travel, retail, financial, startup experience and offshore (India, Tunisa) management experience. His specialties are digital transformation and software project and program management, and he has 15+ years hands on experience with back office systems (specifically time/expense, A/R, AP/PO).