Big Data Expo is the number-one big data event of the year. However, this is not the only reasons you should not miss this event:
1. Discover Benelux’ biggest collection of big data solutions
Big Data Expo is the biggest event where exhibitors present their products and services in regard to collecting, generating, analysing, optimising and applying big data. So take that chance to get inspired and learn all about the latest possibilities and ready-to-use tips & tricks.
2. Completely up-to-date in one or two days
In nine different rooms inspiring lectures are given by national and international speakers: from an inspiring case study with practical tips to a technical issue to a strategic session - you can easily choose the lecture of your preference and level. This way you can gain all the necessary big data knowledge in one or two days and start using it immediately!
3. Start a conversation, get advice and exchange experiences
Big Data Expo revolves around creating new contacts and building network. It is easy to get in touch with consultancy agencies, data analysis, data warehousing, big data search companies, privacy & security, infrastructure, cloud services and many other types of big data- professionals and- organisations. This gives you direct insight into what big data is and what this can mean for your organization. Because what gives better insights than experiences, ideas, recommendations or perhaps future collaborations?
Big Data Expo is a platform where people and knowledge come together, connected by the big data theme. But what does that mean, big data? When data is collected in databases, we can analyze it and gain insights from it in order to grow, both as an employee and certainly as a company.
After all, we use this data to 'know' what works and what our attention should be when it comes to operational management. The amount of data is growing enormously fast, is constantly changing and is often incoherent and therefore unstructured.
As a result, a great deal of knowledge and expertise is required to properly understand this large amount of available data (within the right context). In short, big data requires specialists. After all, the question is not whether companies should get insights from big data, but how they should tackle it.
Will we see you there?