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The role of data and analytics in a world of technology disruption

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Speakers include:
Chris  Mazzei

Chris Mazzei

EY

Craig  Sanders

Craig Sanders

Americas Advisory, EY

David  Crow

David Crow

Financial Times

Overview

Organisations are under constant pressure to increase their growth year on year, consequently challenging board level executives to find new ways to deliver. Digitisation has led to an explosion of new data and this is becoming an invaluable tool for boosting growth as analytics-driven businesses are able to understand their customers better, improve products and services, and optimise the management of existing data. 

The vast benefits of integrating data analytics are now widely known, but how can organisations overcome the challenges of implementation to untap the potential of their data? These clips are the highlights from a video debate hosted by the Financial Times in association with EY and explores the key issues businesses are facing in this transient digital landscape. 

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Video Debate Speakers (3)

Chris  Mazzei

Chris Mazzei

Global Chief Analytics Officer and Emerging Technology Leader
EY
Craig  Sanders

Craig Sanders

Data and analytics delivery leader
Americas Advisory, EY
David  Crow

David Crow

Senior US Business Correspondent
Financial Times

David Crow is a Senior US Business Correspondent for the Financial Times, covering telecoms, technology, and pharmaceuticals. He is based in New York. He previously worked on the FT's main news desk in London, where he edited the front page of the print edition. Before joining the FT he was Managing Editor of City AM, the London financial newspaper.

Mr Crow has an MA in English Literature from the University of Glasgow.

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