1.30pm, June 19th 2019, Sea Containers House, Upper Ground, London, SE1 9PD
Data and information company, Aiimi, is hosting a half-day conference on June 19th 2019 to discuss and assess trends in the market as well as bring together a host of organisations to give real-world insight into how they are delivering business expansion through the effective use of AI, machine learning, data analytics and intelligent content management technologies.
The event – Insights & Answers – will see contributions from information strategy leaders at Rolls-Royce, Jaguar Land Rover, Anglian Water, Northumbrian Water, Standard Life and more. Through a series of talks and roundtable discussions, attendees will get the chance to hear how the sharpest minds are solving information challenges using AI and data science, and how they’re innovating with an eye on the future.
Steve Salvin, CEO at Aiimi, stated: “At Insight & Answers, attendees will have the chance to listen to some of the giants and pioneers in our field. The event will be a great opportunity to learn about the challenges their organisations are facing when it comes to classifying and bringing together unstructured content and structured data, and how they’re using AI and data science to drive greater business value from their data.”
According to Technavio, the enterprise information management market is growing by a CAGR of 18% year on year, and is expected to be worth in excess of $35 billion by 2022. The Aiimi event will delve into the current state of play in the data and information solutions market, exploring the key trends, drivers and challenges and how forward-thinking businesses are dealing with them.
“With a speaker line up comprising a range of innovative thought leaders, we are convinced that this event will appeal to any organisation or individual anxious to learn from some of the biggest names in UK Plc on their journey to better leveraging AI and the power of their data. By taking on board the advice on show, attendees will gain a much greater understanding of how to classify, secure and store data intelligently, and how to adopt data and information management best practice for the long term,” concluded Salvin.