About Analytics Leaders Summit
EnigmaCG’s series of the Analytics Leaders Summit (ALS) having been successfully organised in four different locations- Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand in the last two years and attracted over 1000 Data Professionals is now coming to Manila, Philippines with its 7th Edition scheduled to be held from 27-28 June, 2018.
The Philippines being the next big hub for Data Analytics in the region with so many companies especially banks and telco’s turning to analytics is on the verge of a big data boom. The Summit through its speakers will deliver the highest quality content, address the most current topics related to Predictive Analytics, Big Data, Customer Experience, Loyalty, Talent Shortage and more. With over twenty speakers from across Asia taking the stage showcasing their ideas and presenting case studies on how they have adopted analytics in their organisations, this is an event you cannot afford to miss.
Why You Should Attend?
Get a cross-industry view on big issues surrounding Predictive Analytics and Machine Learning etc through real-world use cases, success stories and best practices.
An invitation-only meeting bringing together senior leaders and influential figures in the world of Analytics.
Exchange ideas and connect with the best minds in the industry with extensive hands on experience in building models and data teams.
Sharpen up your skills by attending our pre-& post conference workshops.
For those at the start of their Machine Learning adoption journey, learn how to devise effective data strategies from scratch.
Over 90% of our past delegates would recommend us to friends within the industry and 87% would come again to our future events.
No matter what stage your organization is at, there’s always something to take home from EnigmaCG’s Analytics events.
What to Expect:
Two Days Conference
20+ Speakers, 20+ Topics
R, Data Visualisation
Using R, Intro to Machine Learning, Adv Machine Learning
150+ Data Professionals
Access to Presentation Materials
Over 15 Case Studies