- Posted by admin
- On 9 June, 2017
From today our young people are examined for selectivity and in Decidata, after our first course as a company, we also want to examine ourselves. During these months we have reached great achievements and we think it is a good time to stop along the way and reflect.
We have won the 2nd contests that we have presented (Bind 4.0 and the Bizkaia Open Future Challenge) that has given us 2 very important contracts (Euskaltel and Ormazabal), we have done 2 other projects with leading companies in their sector (Arteche y Educaedu), we are leading the technical direction of the BDN (Big Data and Business) program of the DBS (Deusto Business School) where we mentor several projects, we continue organizing (and now there are 6 editions) the Databeers-Euskadi and we have deepened our international alliances .
In DeciData we continue to strengthen our roots, deeper and deeper, and oriented towards the future. And that is why we feel very happy and proud of everything we have achieved, but the milestone that makes us most excited is the next one.
That is why, in these weeks in which the “urgent” workload falls, we encourage you to focus on what is important. To think about how advanced analytics can help you in your company. And to invite Iñaki or me to a meeting to reflect on it. We will be happy to share our experience.
Below we leave you a series of articles that we hope will make you reflect.
“And if instead of planning so much, we’ll fly a little higher?”. Mafalda
With data and emotion,
Gonzalo Artiach and Iñaki Pertusa
In a month full of activities we want to highlight:
On May 9, Pedro and Irene participated in a training session with Metro Bilbao. During the day, in addition to presenting the main concepts around Big Data and data analytics, international experiences in the world of rail transport were discussed.
On Tuesday May 23 we went to the 3rd national conference of CIOs that APD organized at the Bilbao Exhibition Center (BEC). Starting from the framework of transformation caused by technology, the 6 main challenges faced by a CIO were explored. Likewise, experiences of new businesses and start-ups were put on the table and it was discussed how innovation processes within the established organization should be channeled.
On May 25 we participated together with Arteche in the Adegi session “Why do we insist on the benefits of big data for the industrial SME?”. Roberto Ortiz de Zárate, Director of the Measurement Transformers Unit, explained the project we carried out jointly for the analysis and improvement of its production process.
On May 30 we went to the offices of Sopra Steria to share our experience in the development of advanced analytical projects. The attendance was a success and during the question time the participants shared many concerns about this type of initiative: technology used, real application, generated impact, etc.
Yesterday, June 7, we celebrated a new DataBeers Euskadi. We are already in the sixth edition and thanks to the local DataBirrera community we could count on a large panel of speakers and a large capacity. We are already working on the following DataBeers-Euskadi, a way to build community. We will wait for you!
Featured items this month:
– What’s new with the Internet of Things? (Mark Patel, Jason Shangkuan, and Christopher Thomas, Mckinsey)
– Google Deepmind’s AlphaGo: How it works (Christopher Burger, Tastehit.com)
– What happens when your car gets hacked? (Bruce Schneider, The New York Times)