4:00 pm | Registration Opens
4:30 pm | Cocktail Reception
5:00 pm | Welcome & Introductions
5:05 pm | Talk by Cindy Maike
5:30 pm | Q&A and Networking
6:00 pm | Adjourn
Challenges in Energy Data
Are you able to operationalize and deliver value from your data & analytics, and digital transformation initiatives?
We're decades into "digital transformation" and many digital teams are under scrutiny to determine the business impact during these times of increasing costs pressures. Many companies took a "best of breed" approach and now have increasing costs to maintain the data integration functions. Others have grown through acquisition and have a unique opportunity to retire technical debt. Join us for a short presentation and lively discussion with great food and drink.• How do you reduce or eliminate the increase integration costs from "best of breed"?
• Are integration efforts a drag on realizing your digital transformation initiatives?
• Are you locked in with one cloud approach, or should you have a hybrid approach? If hybrid, how do you achieve the benefits promised?
• Are you concerned about Cloud Concentration Risk (operational risk?)
• What lessons can be learned from other industries and applied to the Energy Sector?
• Examples for asset 360, predictive maintenance and throughput optimization from ExxonMobil, TechnipFMC and others.
Guest Speaker Bio
Cindy Maike, VP Business & Product Solutions
Cindy is the VP of Business & Product Solutions and manages the Industry, Business Solutions and Value Management at Cloudera. The teams are responsible for helping customers leverage the Cloudera capabilities to drive business outcomes. They provide thought leadership on forward-thinking ideas to help companies as they operate in a digital and connected world. With new data sources being created every day, many organizations struggle with ever-expanding volumes and variety of data leading to additional complexity to the business.
Additionally, in her role at Cloudera she works with customers and partners leveraging analytics for current day business growth and exploring the usage of new data sources to drive innovation. She has over 30 years of finance, consulting and advisory services experience in the energy, transportation and financial services industries working with clients globally on their business strategy leveraging analytics and technology to further drive business results.
Cindy is passionate about solving business problems and strongly believes today’s next generation business intelligence in the form of advanced analytics, machine learning and augmented computing will have a significant impact on driving new business insights. She is also a CPA.