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Business Analytics Think Tank Roundtable

When:

Tuesday, February 6

Program/presentation
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Where:

345 Ferst Dr., Marcus Nanotechnology Building

Atlanta, Georgia 30318
Room 116
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Business Analytics Think Tank Roundtable – Monetizing Your Data Presented by aspirent

Business Analytics Center cordially invites you to participate in the Business Analytics Think Tank Roundtable – Monetizing Your Data, presented by aspirent.

This informative and interactive dinner event will feature keynote speaker Andrew Wells, author of Monetizing Your Data, and Dr. Beverly Wright as Head Discussion Lead.


Keynote Speaker Bio:

Andrew, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Aspirent Consulting, has over 20 years of experience, bringing innovative solutions to his clients. During his career, Andrew has focused on business and technology management at entrepreneurial, Fortune 500, and consulting companies. Andrew co-authored Monetizing Your Data and has written articles that have appeared in hundreds on publications including Forbes, Information Week and TDWI. Prior to co-founding Aspirent, Andrew served in leadership roles at Ernst & Young, Capital One, Daugherty Business Solutions, and Epiphany. At his prior employer, Andrew held P&L responsibility for a $50M Atlanta Business Office, which included Sales, Delivery, Recruiting and Operations for a team of over 200 consultants. During his tenure, he and the Atlanta leadership team led the office to a growth rate of 35% year over year for six straight years. At Capital One, Andrew was the Director of Business Intelligence where he drove innovation through increases in analytical capabilities, including patent pending work around Predictive Analytics and NPV Forecasting. Andrew received his B.B.A. in Management Information Science and Finance from the University of Georgia. In addition to his role at Aspirent, Andrew sits on the board of the Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency, a non-profit focused on employment for the homeless.

The Business Analytics Center commonly hosts roundtable events, giving attendees the opportunity to network with others in their field, learn the perspective of a keynote speaker, then break out into groups to discuss and present ideas to a skilled moderator.