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A tale of two cafeterias: Focus on the line of business

Tanvi Singh (Credit Suisse)
9:10am9:20am Thursday, September 28, 2017
Strata Business Summit
Location: 3E
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As Charles Dickens wrote in A Tale of Two Cities regarding, surprisingly and with great foresight, big data analytics: “It [is] the best of times, it [is] the worst of times, it [is] the age of wisdom, it [is] the age of foolishness, it [is] the season of Light, it [is] the season of Darkness, it [is] the spring of hope, it [is] the winter of despair, we [have] everything before us, [yet it seems we have] nothing before us, [at one moment we are all going direct to the nirvana of big data analytics], we [are] all going direct the other way—in short, the period is so far like the past period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for worse, in the superlative degree of comparison only.”

Tanvi Singh explores whether long-standing non-internet-based companies possess the evidence-driven culture and platforms required to derive benefit from big data tools and impact their line of business.

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Tanvi Singh

Credit Suisse

Tanvi Singh is the Chief Analytics Officer, CCRO, at Credit Suisse. She leads a team of 60+ data scientists, data analysts, SME and Investigators globally in Zurich, New York, London, and Singapore. The team is delivering multimillion dollar projects in big data with leading Silicon Valley vendors in the space of RegTech. Tanvi has 18 years of experience in Data Science, business intelligence, Digital Analytics, Data platforms, Change and transformation with a focus on statistics, machine learning, text mining, and visualizations. Tanvi holds a master’s degree in software systems from the University of Zurich.

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