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Oslo Big Data & Analytics Day 2016! VI ER NÅ FULLTEGNET!!!

Den digitale utvikling går i et rivende tempo. Ledere i både offentlig og privat sektor må forstå og forholde seg til begreper som Big Data, Data Analytics , Data Science og Cloud Computing, og hvilke muligheter dette kan gi. Oslo Big Data & Analytics Day er den første i en rekke konferanser som skal gi økt kunnskap om nye begreper, som håndterer digitaliseringen som vi nå står overfor. Ja, vi snakker faktisk om en tsunami av data som er på vei,  her gjelder det å ha kunnskap og utnytte denne for å skape konkurransefortrinn.

Bli med oss og våre speakers som kommer inn ikke bare fra Norge men også fra Frankrike, Danmark, England, Sverige, Spania, Tyskland og USA. Vi har lagt opp til felles sesjoner som går med 20min intervaller, hele dagen i det store auditoriet. Det vil også foreligge muligheter for workshops og mindre presentasjoner i de mindre konferanse rommene som primært er rettet mot SMB/SME og innovasjon og vil løpe som paralelle opsjoner iløpet av dagen.

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  • Hvorfor er Big Data & Analytics et brennhett tema?
  • Hvorfor angår det oss alle, store som små?
  • Big Data & Analytics som differensiator mellom fremtidens vinnere og tapere?
  • Er vi for små for Big Data og hva med Small Data først?
  • Vi har et tungt legacy system, hvordan kommer vi oss videre?
  • Hvordan utvikle en strategi som ivaretar både muligheter og fallgruber?
  • Hva er Real-Time Analytics og Self-Service?

Når: 15. november 2016.  Kl. 08:00-15:00
Hvor: Microsoft Norge, Lysaker Torg 45, Oslo. 
Tema: Big Data, Analytics, Business Intelligence, Sikkerhet, Juridiske Aspekter, Trender, Muligheter & Trusler. 
Hvem: Data Analytics for Everyone, CxO level, IT, Marketing, Finans, Konsulenter , Enterprise level, SMB/SME level, Start-Ups på tvers av bransjer med dedikerte spor/tracks.

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Tirsdag 15. november 2016

08:00

Frokost & Registrering

08:30

ØKT 1: Big Data, Trender & Muligheter

David Holm, Management Consultant at Inventum Serverpark & Inventum Analytics
“Data democratization - puts crucial business information into the hands of those who need it the most”

Cloud computing is making massive computing power available to everyone. That means access to data is finally being democratized within organizations: virtually anyone in a business today can get the insight they need to make data-d...riven decisions at any time and in any place by moving data to the cloud. The flexibility of the cloud makes it a good fit for data analytics. Since the process involves analyzing huge volumes of unstructured data to detect patterns and gain insights for improving strategies, businesses using the cloud can scale their usage on demand and pay accordingly.

08:40

ØKT 1: Big Data, Trender & Muligheter

Truls Berg, founding partner of Digital Insight and the leader of Open Innovation Lab of Norway confirmed for Oslo Big Data & Analytics Day 2016. He will key note on trends shaping the next generation BI, Big Data and Analytics Markets.

He has cofounded more than 10 IT companies, among them Component Software Group (now Affecto), Comperio, bwise, Integrate, INNOVATE, Inspirator and Movation. He also served as the chairman of the Norwegian Computer Association before founding Innovation Forum Norway,  Norways leading forum for Innovation Professionals with more than 500 members in 2009.

He co-authored the book "The information Ocean - a survivial guide for the future knowledge worker"(Norwegian title; "Informasjonshavet - en overlevelsesguide for morgendagens kunnskapsmedarbeider) in 2008 and wrote "Halfway to the Future - 5 megatrends changing Norway and the rest of the world"(Norwegian title; "Halvveis til Fremtiden - 5 megatrender som endrer Norge og resten av verden) in 2013.

He is a well known speaker & regular columnist in Computerworld, as well as chief editor of Norway's leading Innovation magazine INNOMAG.

Truls has also served as a jurymember of the annual event "BI Prisen" (The Business Intelligence Award) by Norwegian Computer Association since it was started.

 

09:00

ØKT 1: Big Data, Trender & Muligheter

Microsoft’s Thale Mjavatn , Data Platform Lead – Microsoft Western Europe HQ confirmed for Oslo Big Data & Analytics Day 2016. She will key note on – “How to get Value from Big Data”.

Thale provides an overview of how customers gain maximum value from Big Data, especially data sets that may not be anticipated in the initial planning of the system. Public datasets may provide actionable business insight and combining internal data with those external datasets provides new opportunities.

She is an International Computer Scientist with an MBA from INSEAD and a strong background in technology innovation, change management and marketing from small start-ups to large multinational enterprises.   

 

09:20

ØKT 1: Big Data, Trender & Muligheter

Auke Hunneman, Associate Professor at the Marketing Department of BI Norwegian Business School will be holding a keynote session on "Big Data in Retail Marketing". He is Chair of the Marketing Analytics Group, Norges Markedsanalyse Forening (NMF)

He obtained his Master’s degree in (business) economics at University of Groningen, the Netherlands, and earned his PhD in 2011 at the same university.

Auke worked as a Researcher/Lecturer in Marketing at University of Gron...ingen from 2008 till 2010 and joined BI in 2010. His dissertation develops quantitative models to support store location and design decisions. More broadly, his research interests are retailing, (spatial) marketing models, and marketing accountability. Auke has taught several courses, including Retail Marketing, Research Methods, and Marketing Management.

09:40

ØKT 1: Big Data, Trender & Muligheter

Laurie Maclachlan, Regional Sales Director for Northern Europe at Hortonworks in London, is now confirmed for "Oslo Big Data & Analytics Day" 2016.

Laurie Maclachlan is the Regional Sales Director for Northern Europe and has an extensive 18 year career in IT, gained initially at Big 5 Management Consultancies and more recently within disruptive high-tech companies. Laurie leads a team of Enterprise Account Managers in the UK, Nordics and Benelux countries.

He will be holding the opening session and keynote on "Future of Data".

It will be a content-rich sessions on the Future of Data, Open and Connected Data Platforms, Apache Spark at Scale, Streaming solutions, Cloud solutions, Business and Industry Transformations via a Big Data journey.

Find out how you can create actionable intelligence through 100% open source architectures for the modern enterprise. Every journey begins with a single step, This will be an engaging and informative way to start that step. Whether you are technical or business focused, there is something for everyone.

10:00

ØKT 1: Big Data, Trender & Muligheter

Casper Tejg Jespersen, Partner and Founder of Peanuts one of Norway's leading Microsoft focused consulting houses. Casper will keynote on "Big Data meets intuitive design" and how Bodø Kommune used Peanuts solution for BI and visualizations in Power BI.

Microsoft Power BI transforms your company's data into rich visuals for you to collect and organize so you can focus on what matters to you. Power BI is a suite of business analytics tools to visualize data and share insights. Monitor your business and get answers quickly with rich dashboards available on every device with data sources from Dynamics and other ERP sources.

He has extensive experience from management within the IT-sector and has managed units with more than 120 consultants and sales organizations. Core skills is strong management, change processes, business intelligence & visualizations. He has a long track record from KPMG, Ergo Group and EVRY. 

 

10:20

Kaffepause & mingling i standområde

10:30

ØKT 2. Big Data & Analytics Plattformer

Jan Verdier CTO & founder of Nornir Insight in Denmark.

Today’s customers are more empowered and connected than ever before in history. Understanding your customers is must to reduce churn and improve.

Analytics is the discovery, interpretation, and communication of meaningful patterns in data. Especially valuable in areas rich with recorded information, analytics relies on the simultaneous application of statistics and data research to quantify performance. Analytics often favors data visualization to communicate insight.  

10:50

ØKT 2. Big Data & Analytics Plattformer

Anne-Sophie Roesssler, Deployment Strategist at Data Iku in Paris ready for Oslo Big Data Day 2016. Raised between Austria, France and London, Anne-Sophie has a European background. Today, as a deployment strategist at Dataiku, she's in charge of helping companies across Europe to address, implement and deploy data driven projects. In this context, she has often worked with data labs, witnessing the many challenges faced by companies in the early stage of such a project.

Her keynote "From aggregation to orchestration: how to become a large-scale data innovator" will focus on these difficulties and the possibility to avoid at least some of them. 

The times when data science teams could focus only on building and optimizing models is long past. Across sectors, data science has become a critical component of corporate strategy, and an increasing number of business decisions are being informed (and, in some cases, automatically taken) by its fruits. The major challenge is thus no longer simply building the right models but rather on companies' ability to scale: scale their infrastructure, scale their data prototypes, scale the number of prototypes deployed to production, and, above all else, to scale the their people, both in terms of numbers and in terms of capabilities.

In this keynote, we will go through several use cases to better understand how companies can orchestrate their data work among their people, processes, and tools to build a sustainable data culture and practice for the future. Data Science Studio by Dataiku, DSS, is a software platform that aggregates all the steps and big data tools necessary to get from raw data to production-ready predictive applications.

 

11:10

ØKT 2. Big Data & Analytics Plattformer

Christian Nytvedt, Creative leader and CTO at One Communication
Big Data & Gamification in Human Resources Development.

Christian will show examples on how talent-driven companies onboard, motivate and retain their talent. Experience.live is a customizable, scalable, gamified suite of HR tools for company training, communications, interaction and social networking. Experience.live is the future of HR management - making employees work easier, Experience.live onboarding build value in #HR through #gamification & #bigdata#Inventum

11:30

ØKT 2. Big Data & Analytics Plattformer

Pål Børseth-Hansen, Physicist, company founder, and today Business Development Manager in Inmeta to keynote on "Applied Machinelearning".

After 20 years working with software solutions he has now dedicated his time and energy with  Machine Learning, building a ML team at Inmeta and delivering ML projects to innovative customers.

Pål will talk about Machine Learning, what it is, and show an example of how to apply modern ML technics in customer solutions.

 

 

 

 

 

12:00

Lunsj & mingling I stand-område

12:30

ØKT 2. Big Data & Analytics Plattformer

Simen Pedersen, Principal Business Consultant-Big Data Analytics Solutions at Tieto Norway. He will keynote on "High Value Usecaser for Big Data utilizing Digital Twins"

He is currently helping Enterprise customers across a range of Industries to monetize their existing and new data sources to cope with the Big Data challenge and create lasting competetive edge . Working with IOT /Big Data usecases,Digital Twins, Big Data PaaS and Customer Insight/Customer Analytics as a business architect. Simens has a wide background from Oracle, SAP and SAS.

12:50

ØKT 3. Big Data & Analytics Plattformer II

Rutger van der Stap, Senior BI Consultant/Big Data Architect together with Mats Frantzen, Project Manager at Profitbase confirmed for Oslo Big Data Day 2016. Keynote: "How Sony music used Big Data for Competitive Advantage.

Profitbase delivers powerful, scalable and cost effective Business Intelligence solutions and provides solutions to your challenges, enabling better business performance with low cost of ownership. Profitbase empower business users with actionable information that provides deeper insight into enterprise performance. You will see trends, resolve issues, identify and capitalize on opportunities. Since August 2016 the dashboard also contains an insight into the world of social media. With the power of Microsoft Azure, Elasticsearch and Profitbase InFront we built a Big Data Analytics Platform. This platform is connected to the various social media platforms and collects data for Sony Music Norway artists.

Artists now have an overview of their followers, trending topics and engagement with their fans.“What was the most trending song streamed this week, and how many times is my new song played on the radio?” The Sony Music Artist Dashboard by Profitbase provides insight on what happens in an artist digital world:Every artist has a passion for music, and that passion is what they want to share.

 

13:10

ØKT 3. Big Data & Analytics Plattformer II

Michael Engstrom, Founder & Innovation Liberator at Inneox ready for Oslo Big Data Day 2016.

Michael is an innovation liberator helping organisations develop its innovation capability through immersive leadership training and the implementation of a structured framework for innovation.

He trains managers and staff on how to work successfully with innovation projects. Inneox establish and lead innovation boards, which acts as a training arena for new found knowledge, but on REAL projects with REAL money and resources and REAL consequences. Michael will keynote on how organizations can capitalize on new available technologies such as Big Data Analytics using established innovation processes. He will focus on what drivers that needs to be in place for an organization in order to make a decision to take the first step into a Big Data project.

13:30

ØKT 3. Big Data & Analytics Plattformer II

Eelco-Jan Boonstra, Managing Director Benelux, France & Nordics at Datameer in Germany & Netherlands.

13:50

ØKT 3. Big Data & Analytics Plattformer II

Ola Risheim, Business Developer at Lumagate. He is managing Lumagates business insight, IoT and Big Data Analytics. Ola will keynote on Applied Analytics from real Big Data projects.

He focuses on how technology is the backbone for major changes that will occur the next years. He has worked for Lumagate in two years, and is responsible for IoT and Business intelligence. Daily, he advises Lumagates clients at a C-level of how modern IT will be the backbone of innovation. Architecture on a high level, and the understanding of how IT must evolve to be able to provide the business with what they need is on the forefront of his mind.


Ola is a strong believer that Analytics, Machine Learning and IoT will have a huge impact in the future, on all levels. He believes that efficiency, automation and digitalization is about connection trough value chains. The success of an IoT project, is all about providing valuable data to all systems and resources at the right time.

14:20

Kaffepause & mingling i standområde

14:30

ØKT 4: OPEN DATA, SIKKERHET, PERSONVERN & DATA KVALITET

Livar Bergheim, Advisor Opendata and Information Management at DIFI Agency for Public Management and eGovernment.

He will keynote on “Opendata, free machine-readable information from the public sector - what and why? and will share some examples of useful open data resources and APIs geared for Big Data Analytics.

Open data is data that can be freely used, re-used and redistributed by anyone, mostly to the requirement to... attribute and share alike. Public sector data is funded by society and governed on behalf of society. Useful for everyone, both private and public sector. Open data is one way to make public sector information available for re-use, usually free.

Why open public sector data? Livar will touch on transparency and data democratization with new and improved private products and services from the public sector. He will try to answer questions like:
Where do I begin?

What datasets do I need?
What can I make with this?
Where to find data National open public sector data as well as European open data portals?

 

14:50

ØKT 4: OPEN DATA, SIKKERHET, PERSONVERN & DATA KVALITET

Roar Thon Senior Advisor, Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM)
Roar will Key Note on human behavior and awareness or the lack thereof and how it inflicts the ability to protect classified information. Thon has a former service background as an officer in the Norwegian armed forces and the national police. He was awarded the Norwegian ITAKT Prize 2012 for his ability to communicate the need for better security.

 

 

15:10

ØKT 4: OPEN DATA, SIKKERHET, PERSONVERN & DATA KVALITET

Martin Berggren Rove, Senior Lawyer at Selmer with expertise within IT/Telecom, IPR & Data Protection Law will Key Note at “Oslo Big Data & Analytics Day” 2016 with the topic: “Big Data, Vast opportunities”. The use of Big Data provides vast opportunities – by navigating properly in the sea of information, the potential for increased growth and revenue is significant.

Recently, Big Data has become a megatrend. One reason for this is that new analytical tools and sophisticate...d algorithms continually are improved and makes it possible to extract relevant information from this tremendous amount of data. Big Data enables businesses to make better decisions based on information that already exists in their enterprise systems. Here lies a great potential for cost savings and tremendous opportunities for increased sales and earnings. Therefore, the understanding of such information, and how it can and should be used, should be a key issue for the management of the business, both the executive management and the board.

As in many other areas of business activity, there are also challenges with the use of Big Data. Technically speaking, the information must be extracted and assembled in an appropriate manner, so that it is optimal for use in marketing and other activities. Also, another particular topic that there is focus on is the protection of privacy issues related to the use of Big Data. The Norwegian Data Protection Authority (Datatilsynet) has published its report ""Big Data – protection of privacy principles under pressure".

15:20

ØKT 4: OPEN DATA, SIKKERHET, PERSONVERN & DATA KVALITET

Dan Sørensen, Lawyer at Selmer with particular experience from Lean Software Development projects & Data Protection Law. “Big Data, Vast opportunities”.

He will key note together with Martin B. Rove from Selmer.

The use of Big Data provides vast opportunities – by navigating properly in the sea of information, the potential for increased growth and revenue is significant. Recently, Big Data has become a me...gatrend. One reason for this is that new analytical tools and sophisticated algorithms continually are improved and makes it possible to extract relevant information from this tremendous amount of data. Big Data enables businesses to make better decisions based on information that already exists in their enterprise systems.

Here lies a great potential for cost savings and tremendous opportunities for increased sales and earnings. Therefore, the understanding of such information, and how it can and should be used, should be a key issue for the management of the business, both the executive management and the board. As in many other areas of business activity, there are also challenges with the use of Big Data. Technically speaking, the information must be extracted and assembled in an appropriate manner, so that it is optimal for use in marketing and other activities. Also, another particular topic that there is focus on is the protection of privacy issues related to the use of Big Data. The Norwegian Data Protection Authority (Datatilsynet) has published its report ""Big Data – protection of privacy principles under pressure".

15:30

ØKT 4: OPEN DATA, SIKKERHET, PERSONVERN & DATA KVALITET

Per Myrseth, Data Scientist at DNV GL Analytic Innovation Center. He will keynote on "Data quality awareness in Big Data, a prerequisite for success".

Does Big Data and Analytics initiatives need a supplement on Data Quality Assessment methodology and tools? When a customer can measure the data quality level according to an agreed scale, it gives the ability to understand how algorithms and analytics may give trustworthy results or not. This knowledge is input to risk assessment of data usage impacting business operations, safety and environment.

So far the methods and tools has been tested out in the IoT space on Maritime and Energy data. Several customers has got some eye openers on the importance of focusing on data quality in the Big Data and analytics space.

 

 

08:30

Workshop 1: Analyze-Predict-Improve & Analytics-as-a-Service (Møterom 1)

David Holm & Stefan Petersson from Inventum Analytics will lead, introduce and moderate Big Data Analytics & Analytics-as-a-Service Workshops 08:30-16:00

Conference Room 1. is dedicated for Big Data Analytics & Analytics-as-a-Service:

- Presentations

- Workshops

- 1:1's

Resources: Inventum Analytics, Nornir Insight, Data Iku, Datameer, Hortonworks

Topics:

Analyze Predict Improve: For Enterprise level

Analytics-as-a-Service: Starting small to capitalize on existing ERP, CRM and other internal data sources is a first crucial step in any Big Data strategy. Analytics-as-a-Service concepts enables not only Enterprises - but SME’s & SMB’s too in order to keep up with the competition and leapfrog ahead of it.

 

 

 

08:30

Workshop 2: Big Data for ISV, Start-ups & Innovasjon (Møterom 2)

Berg Moe from GEN Norway will lead, introduce and moderate Track 3. Startup: Big data for ISV, start-ups og innovasjon. Workshops & presentations 08:30-16:00

Presenters:

Berg Moe, GEN Norge

Shaun Thanki, Oslo Fintech

Michael Engstrøm, Inneox

Christian Blomquist, Appivo

08:30

Workshop 3:Fintech for Small Business (Møterom 3)

For SMB/SME & Start-Ups:

- ERP Cloud
- Open API for Analytics
- Financial Services & Consulting.

Workshops & presentations 08:30-16:00

Presenters:

Nebojsha Mihajlovski, PowerOffice

Trond Østerud, Økonomitjenester

 

08:30

Berg Moe speaks at Workshop 2: Big Data for ISV, Start-ups & Innovasjon (Møterom 2)

TEDx speaker Berg Moe to participate in Oslo Big Data & Analytics Day 2016. He will be spearheading the Innovation & Entrepreneurship track aimed at ISV's, Entreprenuers, Intrapreneurs and Innovators .

He is a Serial Entreprenur as well as Top-Rated Blogger, Angel Investor and GEW organizer. Entrepreneurship Track 3. is organized in partnership with Gründerklubben (The Entrepreneurs Club) and is a part of Global Entrepreneurship Week Oslo

Berg Moe has more than 30 years of experience with funding, coaching and growing tech companies with great ideas to the next level and possesses an extensive global network of people in both the tech, seed funding and venture capital world.

Oslo Big Data Day will be participating as an official partner throughout the GEW week, November 14th - 18th.

 

08:30

Christian Blomquist speaks at Workshop 2: Big Data for ISV, Start-ups & Innovasjon (Møterom 2)

Christian Blomquist, Managing Member at Appivo in Sweden, to keynote on "You don’t have to be a developer to build cloud & big data ready apps"

Software is eating the world! Everybody has to become software company, or die!

When software and software usage is exploding as it is today new horizons will open up as IOT and big data will reveal its true powers. With 50 billion connected devices spread upon a population of roughly 7 billion people more data will be gathered then we even can imagine. Business decision will not based on some trends on a street in New York but will be derived from real time data, all around the globe and based on billions of people! IOT and Big Data will make this happen. This though, will create some challenges for the software development industry. With an exploding amount of data that needs interfaces the lack of developers in the developed countries might make the market crumble.

We don´t think so! Let´s create a new type of software developer that can master the awesome power of the cloud and Big Data.

Appivo is a young start-up from Sweden with lots of experience and is an ISV themselves. Christian will share  his experience on their journey and tell us how he forsees the next generation app development and the importance of analytics.

 

 

 

08:30

Shaun Thanki speaks at Workshop 2: Big Data for ISV, Start-ups & Innovasjon (Møterom 2)

Shaun Thanki is now confirmed for Oslo Big Data & Analytics Day 2016 joining our Innovation track for ISV's and Tech-startups. He will keynote on Industry 4.0 & Big Data.

Shaun has organized startup-tech community-driven events from Oslo to Kiev-NYC-Moscow-L.A-Sthlm-Silicon Valley and Dubai. He is Founding advisor and catalyst for early-stage tech ventures and various startup-tech organizations.

He holds a Master of Management in Mobile Commerce, Entrepreneurship & Disruptive Innovation studies at Norwegian University of Science & Technology, UC Berkeley and University of Oxford

08:30

Nebojsha Mihajlovski speaks at Workshop 3:ERP, API & Økonomitjenester (Møterom 3)

Nebojsha Mihajlovski, CMO/Markedssjef at PowerOffice AS.

 

 

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08:30

Trond Østerud speaks at Workshop 3:ERP, API & Økonomitjenester (Møterom 3)

Trond Østerud, IT-revisor & IT Sjef at Økonomitjenester