Roundtable

Analyze this: A crystal clear view on the world of analytics

Analyze this: A crystal clear view on the world of analytics

Analyze this: A crystal clear view on the world of analytics

25.02.2016

Predictive analytics and risk-based decision-making are becoming cornerstones of modern business processes. What are the opportunities, and how realistic and concrete are they? 

What are the boundaries and legal constraints? To answer these and all other related questions, our Brussels TMT team and SAS Institute are organizing their very first roundtable joint lunch debate at our offices in Brussels on 25 February 2016.

We are pleased to announce that the keynote speakers for this roundtable are Mr. Frank De Saer (CIO at Eandis), who is sharing his experience by means of a case study, and Mr. Joeri Arts (Business Development Manager at SAS Institute), who is focusing on the fascinating world of analytics. They are drawing on their first-hand experience in the area of analytics. We aim to have an interesting discussion with all attendees after the presentations.

Our Stibbe specialists on IT, privacy and data protection are available to share and discuss their insights on the matter with all attendees. The debate is opened and moderated by Erik Valgaeren, head of the TMT practice.

For more information about this event, please click here.

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