Every industry, every organization, and every department is undergoing a huge change as they harness data to impact their businesses—whether they realize it or not. Many businesses are successfully leveraging new platform technologies to transform their organization using data. Whether they are renovating their existing infrastructure for substantial cost savings or innovating their architecture to find new business opportunities, the impact is undeniable. Louise Matthews covers industry trends and transformative business use cases, including Centrica and Royal Mail, drawn from a wide range of market sectors across Europe to bring the future of data to life.
This session is sponsored by Hortonworks.
Louise Matthews is the senior manager of customer and solutions marketing for Hortonworks’s international business (EMEA and APJ). With nearly 20 years’ experience in the enterprise IT sector, Louise works closely with IT decision makers to understand what better business outcomes look like for their organizations—both horizontally and vertically—in order to drive visibility and awareness of the pioneers in big data. Previously, Louise led channel and field marketing at VCE. Prior to that, Louse held a number of roles at Citrix Systems, including the first solutions marketing management role in EMEA. Earlier in her career, Louise worked marketing agency-side for organizations including CSC and Fujitsu Services. You can follow Louise on Twitter at @LouiseMatthews.
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