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It is not the size, it’s what you do with it that counts

IoT Slam 2016 Internet of Things Conference Arijit Sengupta
28 Apr 2016
10:10 - 10:40
Radiance Room

It is not the size, it’s what you do with it that counts

Session Abstract:

IoT Slam 2016 Internet of Things Conference BeyondcoreCompanies have now collected petabytes of IOT data, but are we actually leveraging them to gain actionable insights? Given the scale of this problem, traditional manual approaches don’t work very well in the domain of IOT. This session will talk about real examples where Fortune 500 firms used IOT data and Smart Pattern Discovery to generate real revenue and profit benefits.


Arijit Sengupta
Founder and CEO of BeyondCore

Arijit Sengupta is the Founder and CEO of BeyondCore. Before founding BeyondCore, Arijit held a variety of technical and management positions at Oracle and Microsoft. Arijit has been granted ten patents in advanced analytics, business process as a service, operational risk, privacy and information security. Arijit has guest lectured at Stanford; spoken at conferences in a dozen countries; and was written about in The World Is Flat 3.0, New York Times, Forbes, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review and The Economist. Arijit holds an MBA with distinction from the Harvard Business School and Bachelor degrees with distinction in Computer Science and Economics from Stanford University.

Session Tags:

Enterprise, Small / Medium Enterprise

IOT, Big Data, Analytics, Smart Data Discovery, Smart Pattern Discovery

CxO, VP / Director, Middle Management, Business Line Management




Retail, Manufacturing, Telecom, Banking, Financial Services, Insurance, Industrials, Healthcare, Consumer, Pharmaceutical / BioTech, Automotive

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