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DataCon Africa 2020 | CTICC, Cape Town

11-12 March, 2020
10 March 2020 Focus Day

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Literacy Across the Ages

The era of the data-driven enterprise has begun.

MEA-based organisations have moved from seeing data as a by-product of business to one of the most valuable assets a company has over the past five years.

The idea that “data is the new oil” may be an overused and simplistic way of thinking about this lucrative corporate asset. But the analogy does get one thing right – just like crude oil, raw data requires a sophisticated refining process to unlock its full benefit.

If your organisation is striving to become data-driven then all employees - from the most junior to the most senior - need to be able to read and write in the fastest growing “language” in business right now. I’m talking about data analytics and the level of data literacy across the business.

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The era of the data-driven enterprise has begun.

MEA-based organisations have moved from seeing data as a by-product of business to one of the most valuable assets a company has over the past five years.

The idea that “data is the new oil” may be an overused and simplistic way of thinking about this lucrative corporate asset. But the analogy does get one thing right – just like crude oil, raw data requires a sophisticated refining process to unlock its full benefit.

If your organisation is striving to become data-driven then all employees - from the most junior to the most senior - need to be able to read and write in the fastest growing “language” in business right now. I’m talking about data analytics and the level of data literacy across the business.

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