The call for data over the past decade has been heard and heeded by organizations in every industry and field. From healthcare to financial services to digital marketing, we now have access to more information on consumers and users than ever before, and yet companies still struggle to convert that data into tangible added value. Compounding that effort is increasing public pressure to collect data in a manner that is both ethical and secure, while maintaining forthright communication about its parameters and use.
Given this reality, how do companies ensure they are effectively converting their data to positively impact their bottom line? What lessons have early data pioneers learned along the way? What moral obligations should companies adhere to in this new era of public concern over data privacy? Join The Executives’ Club Business Technology and Financial Services Forums on February 2nd to discuss these key trends and more.