Overall upgrade in my knowledge, awareness of issues, guidelines for my department and direction... [event] exceeded expectations.  
- Manager, Business Information and Project Coordination, PWGSC
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Leveraging Big Data and Analytics in the Public Sector

Transforming Business Intelligence and Improving Service Delivery with Innovative Data Gathering and Analytics

March 29 - 30, 2016 · Cartier Place Suite Hotel and Residences · Ottawa
Featuring These Industry Experts and Many More!
Langevin Bruce Langevin
Director, Operational Excellence and IT Strategy
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
Martens Ryan Prox
Special Constable
Vancouver Police Department
Watters David Watters
President and CEO
Global Advantage
Spencer Patrick Spencer
Leader, CIO Strategic Advisory Services
Ernst & Young
Lodi Andrea Lodi
Canada Excellence Research Chair, Data Science for Real-Time Decision Making
École Polytechnique de Montreal
Moore Andrew Moore
Project Lead, Federal Geospatial Platform
Natural Resources Canada
Chandra Venkat Chandra
Senior Manager, Strategy and Analytics
Ernst & Young
Klein Kris Klein
nNovation LLP
Sud Manu Sud
Manager Analytics
Ministry of Energy
Kolliniatis Kevin Kolliniatis
Senior Manager
Cui Xinjie Cui
Chief Analytics Officer
Alberta Center for Child Family and Community Research
Discover Innovative Ways to Enhance Your Data Gathering, Use of Analytics, and Business Intelligence
  • Learn different approaches for identifying useful information that can influence organizational strategy and decision making
  • Understand how the Vancouver Police Department is using advanced data mining and GIS systems to track criminal activity
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of your data-collection tools and techniques: are you tracking the right metrics?
  • How to safeguard your sensitive data and communications: complying with privacy legislation and protecting user information
  • Identify your objectives for collecting business intelligence data: key steps in strategic data planning
  • Identify best practices for developing a sound data governance program: how to align people, process, policies and technology
  • Use visualization tools to better understand data and communication information
  • Integrate big data into the information architecture
  • Examine performance measurement techniques for evaluating your technology solution providers
Leveraging Big Data and Analytics in the Public Sector Brochure Download Brochure as PDF File
Really liked it! Looking forward to apply what Iíve learned within my organization...Great variety of subjects, case studies, and insights.
- Communications Officer,
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
Good case studies, very interesting facts.
- New Media Communications Advisor,
Transport Canada
All sessions provided insightful content.
- Information Management Advisor,
Government of Canada
Highly practical sessions based upon the experience of experts.
- Privacy, Access, Records and Information Officer
City of Saint John
The seminar speakers presenting usable and practical solutions for day-to-day problems were useful.
- Director, Toronto Office of the Auditor General
I have learned a lot.
- Corporate Information Manager
Government of New Brunswick
Who Should Attend This Event

  • Analytics, big data, and business intelligence executives
  • Business analysts, data analysts, and data scientists
  • Program and project managers with analytics and BI responsibilities
  • Architects, designers, and developers of analytics systems
  • Technology architects, executives, and managers responsible for providing analytics infrastructure
  • Data architects, integrators, and modelers
  • Consultants
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Big data and analytics are increasingly being touted as one of the most important trends impacting information professionals today. With the explosion of new strategies and tools, it can be difficult to assess just how big data strategies can apply to your organization. And in the public sector, you face additional regulatory, privacy and procedural burdens that can make this problem even thornier.

INFONEX's Leveraging Big Data and Analytics in the Public Sector will help you understand the benefits and pitfalls of big data within a government context. Our comprehensive two-day conference will deliver the latest information and strategies for decreasing costs, providing better public services, and reducing risks in your department.

Learn how to extract precious information from data that can used to make better organizational decisions. Discover strategies for getting your team on board to implement plans. Receive tips for overcoming challenges of implementing and maintaining a data governance program. Uncover ways to mitigate performance risks with business intelligence. Understand best practices for measuring the performance of technology providers. Manage legal and privacy issues surrounding business intelligence. Learn how to ensure your big data and analytics needs are servicing the fire mandates of your department.

Join us in Ottawa to learn the best practices for collecting and leveraging big data and analytics. Register today!

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