Swiss Leaders Dialog Big Data Strategies, 20th-21st March 2018

Big Data and Advanced Analytics in a strategic business perspective. For the third time Swiss corporate decision makers meet at the country's leading digitization summit. Join in and discuss business models, trends and technologies in one-on-one and group meetings with peers and consultants. Be inspired by Switzerland's most exciting use cases. Two days of intensive networking and compressed knowledge transfer.

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Swiss Business Leaders, Solution Providers and Scientists Discuss Big Data Potentials, Business Models and Use Cases. Exponentially increasing internal and external data form the new factor of production. New Big Data technologies enable the analysis of giant amounts of data and the optimization of processes in realtime which leads to new business models and services. There is a big gap between technological possibilities and real business in the field of data analysis and realtime process optimization. Business leaders in many companies are aware of this gap and begin to explore the potentials of Big Data to improve performance and react quicker to market changes.

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In fact Big Data technologies will change economic systems fundamentally. Companies adapting Big Data intelligently will accelerate processes, decision making and time-to-market. These companies will have huge advantages in competition. Already today studies and use cases show there is a quick RoI in Big Data projects.
New database systems, linguistic analytics and virtualisation tools demand for faster IT systems, even more network bandwith and giant storage. Cloud will be key since distributed and connected data centers analyse the biggest amount of data in realtime and distribute it to whatsoever device. This cloud focus demands for the highest IT security and IT compliance standards.Big Data market development is also an indicator for the relevance. Global turnover will rise from 10 bln. (2013) to 50 bln. Dollar (predicted for 2017). 45% of European companies started Big Data projects. 75% of German companies explore potential applications. Managers know instinctively there is more business potential in existing data, but ideas and strategies to make commercial use out of this treasure are still missing in many departments – this however is a brilliant prerequisite for two days of managed networking between decision makers from companies buying or selling big data solutions. Key value-ads of Big Data:

  • Realtime company becomes a reality. All players in all departments have realtime access to the same and comprehensive information.
  • Detailed realtime performance data enables extended simulations and a quicker time-to-market.
  • Customer segments can be easily identified and addressed in a better way within the data jungle.
  • Intelligent analysis and editing of huge data volumes in realtime enables better and faster support for all decision-making.
  • New business models, products and services

Some examples how business departments benefit from Big Data:

  • Marketing and sales can adapt their offerings much better to customer segements or individual customers automatically.
  • Production departments optimise their processes with IoT and M2M solutions. Sensors collect data alongside the supply and production chain as well as in operations. Manufatcuring companies connect all players involved in production and integrate suppliers and business partners.
  • Highly complex calculations based on Big Data improve processes in finance departments like controlling or reporting.
  • R&D analyses sensor data from sold products or customer feedbacks given in social media platforms.


Thomas Bodé
Director Corporate BI
Daniel Swarovski Corporation AG

The Challenge to Create a Data Organization

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  • How to treat data as an asset
  • How to build a data competence center integrating all relevant competencies
  • How to position the CoC as the relevant internal party to address data governance


Matthias Trabandt
COO & Member of the Executive Board
Swiss Life Deutschland Holding

How to Make an Established Corporation Agile

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  • Digital change is cultural change
  • Scrum at Swiss Life
  • 10 agile teams, 300+ sprints in two years
  • Lessons learned and outlook


Prof. Dr. Reinhard Riedl
Research Head
Department of Economy
Bern University of Applied Sciences

A National Data Strategy for Switzerland


Bernhard Brodbeck
CEO
WinJi AG

A New Green Energy Business Model Based on Big Data


Ina Vogelgesang
Director Product Management & Member of the Executive Board
Schaerer AG

Digital Transformation at Schaerer


Daniel Rolle
Head of Business Intelligence
C3 Creative Code and Content GmbH

Prescriptive Analytics Use Cases

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  • Königsdisziplin Prescriptive Analytics: Predictive plus Handlungsempfehlung
  • Prescriptive Analytics implementieren: Strategien, Optionen, Technologien
  • Prescriptive Analytics as a Service
  • Featured Use Cases


Prof. Dr. Abraham Bernstein
Chair Department of Informatics
University of Zürich

Big Data and Machine Learning - Current Scientific Trends


Agnieszka Martin
Lead Processes and Tools Global CIT
Novartis AG

Bridging the Gap Between Agile IT Innovation and Diligent Process Implementation


Prof. Dr. Amos Albert
CEO Deepfield Robotics
Bosch Gruppe

Building a Corporate Startup - An Insider's View

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  • Paradigm shift through big data and digitization
  • Agility and organisational change
  • War for digital talents and startup spirit in large corporations
  • Digital infrastructure and provider ecosystems
  • From product to service
  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence


Thomas Baumann
IT Performance Architect
Swiss Mobiliar Insurance Company AG

AI and Machine Learning at Mobiliar

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  • Current machine learning use cases
  • Data supply for cognitive analysis
  • System architecture for BI, big data and ML


Dr. Anna P. Gawlikowska
Head of Digitalization Strategy
Implenia Schweiz AG

Developing Digital Business Models in The Construction Industry


Torsten Wongel
Head of CRM and Channel Management
Atupri Health Insurance

Big Data and Digitization as a Mega Opportunity for Atrupi


Dr. Michel Neuhaus
Head of Analytics Enhanced Distribution
UBS AG

Business Analytics in the Banking Industry


Eric Dubuis
CIO/CHRO
Comet AG

Organizational Measures to support Big Data Strategies

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  • Orchestrating corporate strategy and innovation management is a part of digitization
  • Corporate agility: Good Practice? Or new ways?
  • Key factors mindset and ambidextrous organisation

Attendees List (Excerpt)
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20th March 2018
TimeActivity
8:00Visitor Registration
9:00Opening
9:15Bridging the Gap Between Agile IT Innovation and Diligent Process Implementation

Agnieszka Martin, Lead Processes and Tools Global CIT, Novartis AG
9:50How to Make an Established Corporation Agile
• Digital change is cultural change
• Scrum at Swiss Life
• 10 agile teams, 300+ sprints in two years
• Lessons learned and outlook
Matthias Trabandt, COO & Member of the Executive Board, Swiss Life Germany Holding
10:25Coffee Break
10:40Networking Session 1
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
11:10Networking Session 2
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
11:40Networking Session 3
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
12.10Networking Session 4
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
12:40Lunch with Networking
13:40AI and Machine Learning at Mobiliar
• Current machine learning use cases
• Data supply for cognitive analysis
• System architecture for BI, big data and ML
Thomas Baumann, IT Performance Architect, Schweizerische Mobiliar Insurance Company
14:15Prescriptive Analytics Use Cases
• Predictive + guidance = prescriptive analytics
• How to implement prescriptive analytics: strategies, options, technologies
• Prescriptive analytics as a service
• Featured use cases
Daniel Rolle, Head of Business Intelligence, C3 Creative Code and Content GmbH
14:50Networking Session 5
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
15:20Networking Session 6
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
15:50Networking Session 7
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
16:20Networking Session 8
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
16:50Coffee Break
17:10A New Green Energy Business Model Based on Big Data

Bernhard Brodbeck, CEO, WinJi AG
17:40Big Data and Machine Learning - Current Scientific Trends

Prof. Dr. Abraham Bernstein, Chair Department of Informatics, Universität Zürich
18:10Building a Corporate Startup - An Insider's View
• Paradigm shift through big data and digitization
• Agility and organisational change
• War for digital talents and startup spirit in large corporations
• Digital infrastructure and provider ecosystems
• From product to service
• Machine learning and artificial intelligence
Prof. Dr. Amos Albert, CEO Deepfield Robotics, Bosch
19:00Apéro at the bar - Chill Out After an Exciting Day
21st March 2018
TimeActivity
8:30Digital Transformation at Schaerer

Ina Vogelgesang, Director Product Management & Member of the Executive Board, Schaerer AG
9:05A National Data Strategy for Switzerland

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Riedl, Research Head, Department of Economy, Bern University of Applied Sciences
9:40Big Data and Digitization as a Mega Opportunity for Atrupi

Torsten Wongel, Head of CRM and Channel Management, Atupri Health Insurance
10:15Coffee Break
10:30Networking Session 9
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
11.00Networking Session 10
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
11:30Networking Session 11
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
12:00Networking Session 12
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
12:30Networking Session 13
• Supplier Meetings
• One-on-one Leader Meetings
• Leaders Circle
one-on-one-meeting
group meeting
13:00Lunch with Networking
14:00The Challenge to Create a Data Organization
• How to treat data as an asset
• How to build a data competence center integrating all relevant competencies
• How to position the CoC as the relevant internal party to address data governance
Thomas Bodé, Director Corporate BI, Daniel Swarovski Corporation AG
14:35Developing Digital Business Models in The Construction Industry

Dr. Anna P. Gawlikowska, Head of Digitalization Strategy, Implenia Schweiz AG
15:10Business Analytics in the Banking Industry

Dr. Michel Neuhaus, Head of Analytics Enhanced Distribution, UBS AG
15:45Organizational Measures to support Big Data Strategies
  • Orchestrating corporate strategy and innovation management is a part of digitization
  • Corporate agility: Good Practice? Or new ways?
  • Key factors mindset and ambidextrous organisation
    Eric Dubuis, CIO/CHRO, Comet AG
  • 16:20Wrap-up and Closing Ceremony

    Types Of Projects to be Discussed (Excerpt)

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    You can apply and attend if you are a c-level decision maker and budget owner from a major buying company and want to discuss projects, ideas, solutions and strategies with suppliers and peers in one-on-one and group meetings. Participation is free of charge. Please only apply when you are sure you can make the date. With your registration we start the matching process and other participants will look forward to meeting you. This registration is not for suppliers.

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    How it works

    Cintelligence was founded by leading experts for networking and business development events.

    • Our invitation and admissions strategy creates qualified high level experts groups to assure meaningful networking.
    • As attendee you’ll receive an online questionnaire for your interests and competencies you’d like to share.
    • Your profile based on the questionnaire will be matched with the profiles of peers and solution partners.
    • The results of this matchmaking will be documented prior to the event in our online platform, i.e. you’ll see how other members can help you with your challenges or how you can help them.
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    • Based on these wishes we’ll propose meeting schedules with individual agendas for you to make the most out of limited time.
    According to our experiences self service systems do not work properly for high level business networking since decision makers simply don’t have the time and focus outside their core business. This is why we proactively help our customers to find their meeting partners. Our system guarantees maximum networking results in the most efficient way for decision makers.