Cleo CEO, CTO to Discuss Big Data Deployment Strategy at Annual Symposium
LOVES PARK, Illinois — Cleo, a leading provider of enterprise managed file transfer and enterprise integration solutions, will sponsor and speak at the 2016 Big Data & Business Analytics symposium at Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich.
Wayne State’s Big Data & Business Analytics Group hosts the annual event, which runs March 23 and 24 on the Detroit campus, to bring together expert industry practitioners to exchange ideas and insights, and share these concepts with big data professionals. The symposium focuses on issues faced while deploying big data strategies to drive business success, along with managing and analyzing the data captured through marketing, product development, manufacturing, distribution, sales, and service initiatives in a global ecosystem.
Cleo Chief Executive Officer Mahesh Rajasekharan, Ph.D., and Chief Technology Officer John Thielens will jointly deliver the presentation “Operationalizing Big Data: From Project to Production,” while Rajasekharan also joins representatives from such companies as Henry Ford Health System, LexisNexis, and General Motors on a panel discussing best practices for “Empowering Your Organization through Big Data & Business Analytics.”
“Businesses are driving the data explosion to better compete in the marketplace, and this great event hosted by Wayne State addresses important ways to actualize big data to understand use patterns, predict behavior, and provide better customer service,” Rajasekharan said. “The latest technology comprising the modern B2B gateway – and more specifically, the big data gateway – gives companies the connectivity, security, and reliability needed to move data faster to parallel the desired speed and agility of their business.”
“It’s no mystery that big data integration in today’s hyper-connected business ecosystem can be a very complex process,” Thielens said, “and Mahesh and I are looking forward to contributing to the discussion the types of next-generation tools, technologies, and processes the Cleo Integration Suite employs to solve these critical big data challenges.”
“This great educational opportunity shares insights on the best real-world methods and techniques of putting big data to use, and not just from a technology standpoint but from a business ‘end user’ perspective as well,” said Ratna Babu Chinnam, professor and co-director of the Wayne State University Big Data & Business Analytics Group. “We’re excited to hear from Cleo about the gateway and secure integration needs for modern big data initiatives.”
For additional information, including registration details, visit the Wayne State College of Engineering website.