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Ian Hawkins, Head of Content at Reconnect Studio, gave the closing presentation at this year’s iNNOVATE, our global virtual event about the future of transformation. Ian had spent the last two years as Editor-in-chief of PEX Networks, where he covered things like enterprise automation, process mining, and operational excellence. He put his experience to work and gave a great presentation around using data to make decisions. He covered mining, discovery, tools, and techniques to put data to use.

Luckily for those who were not able to attend this year’s event, we’ve made Ian’s recording available here. Download his session to see:

  • What data is and how we have come to use it
  • How businesses have radically changed based on data
  • Overcoming mistakes and understanding data’s limitation

Download the presentation now to understand how companies can go from a position of the unknown to implementing a decision using data.

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