Relevance of Data – Pre and Post COVID era

June 18, 2020


07:30 PM ISD

4:00 SAST, 12:00 AEST

45 Minutes

Comprehensive Session

Explore how the industry is responding to the challenge

COVID-19 is still lingering on and has impacted every aspect of our lives. It has a profound impact on how the future is going to shape up for businesses and how the organizations are impacted. Banking, Financial and Technology services have also started seeing the impact as many companies cut budgets or spend on their projects. As a result, every business stakeholder must understand this impact and try to come up with a strategy and plans to ensure their organizations can revive and thrive in this “new normal”.

This digital event discusses how COVID is impacting businesses, how traditional attributes of data needs to be augmented, how personalization is now crucial than ever, and what are key tenets to revive your businesses and use insights more effectively.

Discussion Points:

During the session, the panelists also discuss on–

  • Impact of COVID-19 on consumers and businesses across industries – consumer behaviors, business models, ways of working
  • How traditional ways of understanding consumers and their behavioral attributes are changing?
  • How digital and analytics is no longer an option but a necessity?
  • What are the 5 key tenets for an organization to revive and thrive in this “new normal”?
  • What are the 5 key steps to reimagine your data and analytics to derive maximum insights?

The Host

Debasish Chatterjee

Sr. Vice President – Digital Experience, ITC Infotech

Debasish leads the mandate for the company’s Data & Analytics Services & Solutions – from infrastructure to insights to interventions.

The Panelist

Shalain Gopal

Data Science Manager at ABSA Group

Ms. Shalain Gopal, is a technically sophisticated professional with solid history of innovation and success. She has attained a vast array of skills and knowledge through her academic and professional tenure both locally & globally in business and IT.

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