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Too Much Data and Too Many Software Tools?​ (8.22.19)

Too Much Data and Too Many Software Tools?​ (8.22.19)

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Community Forum:
Too Much Data and Too Many Software Tools?

8.22.19 @ 12PM – 1PM
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology |14th Floor Auditorium

Like many organizations, you may have all different types of data and not sure what type of software tool can be appropriately applied to the data. This session will provide you with a categorization of how different types of software can be matched to analytical problems.

A light lunch will be provided. If your organization’s policy precludes you from accepting lunch at free events, there will be a collection jar. The value of the lunch is $5.

Dr. Billie Anderson is a Professor of Analytics at Harrisburg University. She currently teaches a graduate level Data Visualization course in the Analytics program at Harrisburg University. She also is the lead instructor and developer for a Data Analytics Certificate Program for working professionals. In the certificate program, she works with local government and businesses to help them assess their analytical maturity. The certificate program allows participants to develop a plan for their organization to obtain a higher level of analytical maturity.

Dr. Billie Anderson

Professor of Analytics, Harrisburg University

   “Deloitte is proud to support Harrisburg University’s Government Technology Institute and to collaborate with the Harrisburg University Community to assist in the ongoing development of the next generation of the Commonwealth’s IT professionals. We share with Harrisburg University a commitment to the core values of leadership, integrity and strength through diversity to make a lasting impact that matters for our communities and our Commonwealth.” – Deloitte, GTI, SCE, & AI Sponsor

“We help customers assess their technology and business needs while advising them on the most effective IT strategy for their organization in order to improve customer experience and drive business outcomes.” – ePlus, GTI, SCE, & AI Sponsor
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