ADAPT, an independent research and advisory firm conducted targeted research on the state of data discovery, governance, management, productivity, and analytics within 25 leading ANZ organisations. These leaders are responsible for creating data governance policies, architecture, analytics capabilities and helping their organisations to utilise data as a business differentiator.
Read the report that highlights their priorities and readiness in the three areas of the hidden data economy – data liquidity, data productivity and data security.
Navigating our current climate means being able to think, react, and make quick decisions based on circumstances that could be changing daily. Make better, more informed decisions by bringing order to unstructured information, by uncovering hidden insights.
Hear from the three experts discussing how, with the right approach and infrastructure, data that already resides in your firm can become one of your most valuable assets.
Charles Ross, Asia Editorial Director of Economist Intelligence Unit
Paul Sonderegger, Oracle Senior Data Strategist
Andrei Hagiu, Questrom School of Business, Boston University
In March 2020, The Economist estimated that data is worth between US$1.4-2 trillion in the US alone. Given such valuation, why are companies not doing more to seize on the opportunities? There is a way to realise its value by treating it as a capital.
Read the report on how cloud services within Oracle Data Management Platform, enabled by AI and ML, work synergistically together, to help you unlock the value of your data.