Register Now Enterprise Data & AI Virtual Symposium - 27th April 2021

When:  Apr 27, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ET)

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Successful digital transformation demands integration between your AI and hybrid cloud strategy – with data at the core. This symposium will feature Tom Davenport who will share his insight on the role of AI and the new mandate to drive return on investment. 


IBM technology helps drive intelligent, efficient data serving for modern applications, real-time analytics from data at the point of origin and AI embedded transactions for insight when milli-seconds matter. This will be an event you do not want to miss! 

Keynote Tom Davenport - Return on AI:  The New Necessity 

Tom Davenport is an American academic and world’s top selling author specializing in analytics, business process innovation, knowledge management, and artificial intelligence. He has also been named one of the top three business/technology analysts in the world and one of the 100 most influential people in the IT industry. He earned his Ph D from Harvard University and has taught at the Harvard Business School, MIT and the University of Chicago, the Tuck School of Business.

Infuse Data, AI and ML into your core business processes for actionable insight - Sam Buhler, IBM Director, Offering Management

Keeping pace today requires that IT organizations think differently about how to leverage and modernize existing resources to drive change and innovation. With all the hype around new technology, cloud platforms and development approaches, you might be wondering how IBM Z and the transactional data that resides on it fit into this changing landscape. The optimal position for today’s IT organization is to be a full-fledged partner with lines of business to drive revenue and deliver on an organization’s strategy but IT organizations need to modernize. 

Client Experiences on Data, AI, Analytics & Db2 for z/OS - Tom Ramey, IBM Director, Data & AI            

Tom will lead a discussion around key use cases involving Db2 for z/OS data.  This will cover how IBM clients are leveraging data, AI, Analytics, Machine Learning, DevOps Hybrid Cloud and more to drive a competitive advantage. 

Followed by Live Q&A with all our presenters

This will be an event you do not want to miss! 

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