Ugam Announces Second Annual Ugam Customer Summit: “Actionable Analytics For Transformative Growth”
Industry Leaders Convene for Inspiring Conversations on Driving Analytics in Retail and Manufacturing at Ugam Customer Summit
Ugam, a global leader in data and analytics, announced its upcoming Ugam Customer Summit, “Actionable Analytics for Transformative Growth.” The event will take place April 18-19, 2018 at the Ritz-Carlton in Half Moon Bay, California.
Ugam Customer Summit is a two-day event for a curated list of industry leaders in retail and manufacturing. It is a platform for inspiration and engaging conversations in a confidential setting.
The event will feature keynote sessions, presentations, and roundtables, during which participants will learn how industry practitioners have operationalized data-driven decisions to drive impact. They will hear from a number of leading experts on the ways major organizations are deploying analytics and on the future of analytics. The event will also host Forrester Research Principal Analyst Brandon Purcell, who will be speaking on “Applied AI – Early Successes, Failures and Emerging Best Practices.”
“There is a lot of talk about data and analytics. However, many organizations are struggling with leveraging it successfully. The Ugam Customer Summit will focus on how companies are deploying analytics to improve business performance. It will bring together some of the top minds in retail and manufacturing to network, learn about other success stories, discuss challenges and leave with practical applications that can meaningfully transform and grow their companies,” said Sunil Mirani, Ugam CEO.
Ugam is a global leader in data and analytics that helps retailers, brands, and market research firms transform big data into valuable insights. The company’s unique managed services offering combines a proprietary big data technology platform with deep domain knowledge and analytics expertise to empower clients to make decisions that improve their business.
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