The percentage of companies investing in Big Data and AI initiatives has nearly doubled in the last two years, climbing to 64.8% in 2020 from just 39.7% in 2018, Forbes finds. Yet, for all the stocks placed in the disruptive technology of AI, only 14.6% of firms report that they have deployed AI capabilities into widespread production.
The IT department rose to its fame when information technology and the Internet started being widely used in the organisation back in the 1980s. The rise of the internet created many new business opportunities and laid out a new economic narrative enabling companies to be more connected than ever before, contributing to the globalisation we are still leaving in.
We just wrapped up Conference Day 2 and the last day of the Data Innovation Summit 2020 – the biggest online Data & AI spectacle of the year. We’ve had an incomparable experience together with all the delegates, speakers and partners taking part in a fantastic collection of keynote presentations, deep-dive analysis, interactive discussion groups, panel debates, case studies and success stories of the most innovative companies in the world.
It has been an awesome day for everyone that attended the first presentation day of the Online Data Innovation Summit would agree. We had a super immersive and one-of-a-kind experience listening to some of the biggest names in the industry share their data and analytics stories.
We invite Dan Sommer to talk about QlikWorld – an event that brings first-hand experiences of companies that have pivoted in this fast-paced environment to quickly make decisions from insights in their data. We were curious to gain a sneak peek into what we’ll be able to see and hear at QlikWorld.
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