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UAE-based organizations are driving various digital initiatives to modernize their functions, improve operational efficiency, set business priorities, and implement advanced business models at lower operational costs, with a strict focus on ensuring security and modernizing their IT infrastructure. This has spurred demand for improved efficiency, operational performance, and agility. The UAE’s various digital transformation (DX) strategies and increasing use of technologies such as business intelligence (BI), artificial Intelligence (AI), analytics, cloud, and IoT have expanded the overall digital footprint of organizations, resulting in the exponential growth of data to fulfill its primary objective of driving innovation to enable the development of better products and services.
With increasing data volumes, organizations are leveraging big data analytics and business intelligence solutions to extract information gold out of raw data. Organizations that are unable to analyze data faster and in real time face delayed decision-making issues that negatively impact their operational efficiency and employee productivity.
Various lines of businesses are looking for solutions that empower them to perform data analysis at a faster rate, support self-service analytics, and most importantly, lead to less reliance on IT and technical teams. In the future, there will be a shift towards autonomous systems in the market. As organizations are becoming more data-centric due to the continuous expansion of digital technologies, such autonomous systems will have a significant impact in the area of data management and analytics.
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Registration, Tea / Coffee & Networking
Welcome Address & Oracle Presentation
Abdul Rahman Al Thehaiban
Senior Vice President – Technology, MEA and CEE, Oracle
Building a Data - Centric Organization with Autonomous Solutions
Research Manager, Software, IDC South Africa
As UAE organizations drive their transformation projects, the capability to derive actionable insights from data will be a key determinant of their success. However, as these organizations move towards becoming data driven, it is becoming clear that the faster they can analyze the data, the closer the insights are to real time and the more valuable they are. This presentation will explore some emerging approaches to the use of data from the worlds of HR, finance, and operations within manufacturing and retail organizations across the UAE. It will also examine the challenges these lines of business are encountering as part of this journey and provide insights into how autonomous solutions can help organizations realize their goals of becoming a modern, streamlined, secure enterprise of the future.
Tea / Coffee & Networking
How to Unlock Business Value Through Better Use of Data – A Practical Discussion
Sila Unay Didinedin
Senior Sales Director Autonomous Database & Cloud Gulf & LEENA, Oracle
Research Manager, Software, IDC South Africa
Technologies like business intelligence, artificial Intelligence, analytics, and IoT should provide real value to both businesses and customers alike. However, with the plethora of data sources, systems, and stakeholders present in many organizations, realizing that value is a journey that requires consistent attention and a razorlike focus on solving real business problems. Join IDC, Oracle, and our esteemed panelists as they discuss how leaders can meet these challenges and deliver excellent services – both inside the organization, and, most importantly to their customers.
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Wednesday, September 25, 2019
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55 Years | 1100 Analysts | 110 Countries
International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology, telecommunications, and consumer technology markets. With more than 1,100 analysts worldwide, IDC offers global, regional, and local expertise on technology and industry opportunities and trends in over 110 countries. IDC's analysis and insight helps IT professionals, business executives, and the investment community to make fact-based technology decisions and to achieve their key business objectives. Founded in 1964, IDC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of International Data Group (IDG), the world's leading media, data and marketing services company. To learn more about IDC, please visit www.idc.com.