We're preparing our 2017 agenda which will feature comprehensive tracks to drill down on your hottest sourcing topics based on your role, experience level and key focus. Take a look at what we presented at the 2016 Summit to better understand the areas we cover. If you'd like more information,
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highlights from our 2016 event.
Lead with Analytics and Build the Value HOT TOPICS: Chief Analytics Officer, Center of Excellence, Business Case, Innovating with Analytics, Cost of Ownership Use analytics to create a new class of business leaders and deliver the analytic results that positively impact your business model.
Evangelize the New and Modernize the Core HOT TOPICS: Data Lake, Hadoop, Predictive, Cloud, Mobile, Algorithmic Business, Internet of Things Wisely invest in the new technologies and best in class analytics program requirements whilst updating existing programs and infrastructure to increase adoption.
Empower the User and Control the Chaos HOT TOPICS: Self Service, Citizen Data Science, Analytic Governance, Modern Bimodal BI&A Platforms Enable end users and workgroups to create their own analytic views and devise approaches to maintain governance, consistency, and consensus in the self-service era.
Build an Information-Centric Organization HOT TOPICS: Information Governance, CDO/Info Leadership, Engaging Non-IT Roles, Roles/Skills/Organizational Structures Stewardship Identify skill gaps, formalize leadership roles, and shift the culture of your organization so that information is top-of-mind at all levels.
Renovate the Information Infrastructure HOT TOPICS: Information Infrastructure Trends, Data Integration, Hadoop/Big Data Tech, In-memory, DBMS, Cloud, Information Architecture, IM Implications of IoT Explore key technology trends, assess the market landscape, and build a roadmap to modernize your information infrastructure.
See How We Addressed Your Key Challenges
Combining prescriptive and predictive analytics
Empowering users to self-serve their analytic needs
Advancing data stewardship, information architecture and governance
Understanding the actual benefits from customer analytics
Modernizing your MDM and IM infrastructure
Improving your IM and BI leadership capabilities
Unlocking the value of big data with algorithms
“A great conference to meet like-minded people, understand their thinking and challenges and understand where the BI/analytics industry is heading.”
Matthew Drayson, Practice Manager, Information Management,
Optimize Your Attendance
You'll be able to add these Gartner exclusives to your agenda:
Gartner Analyst One-on-One Meeting
Networking breakfasts, lunches and receptions
Recorded sessions for one year, to refer to and review with your teams*
Listen to inspirational guest keynote speakers; hear from Gartner-invited end-user case study speakers – real practitioners with real-world knowledge; and learn from Gartner analysts – the foremost experts in their areas of focus.
Highlighted Speakers From 2016
Summit Chair and Managing VP
Global Authority on the Collaborative Economy
Data Scientist, Fairfax Media and Numbers Expert, SBS’s Letters and Numbers
Hon. Victor Dominello MP
Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation NSW Government
Meet the Solution Providers at the Forefront of Business Intelligence, Analytics & Information Management
The Gartner Business Intelligence, Analytics & Information Management Summit will help you develop a "short list" of technology and service providers who can meet your particular needs. You'll receive exclusive access to some of the world's leading technology and service providers in a variety of settings.
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Venue & Travel
Hilton Sydney hotel is located right in the heart of the Sydney CBD on George Street, close to shopping, entertainment and corporate offices. Just 30 minutes from Sydney International and Domestic airports and only 50m from Town Hall Station, Hilton Sydney is ideally located for business or leisure .
Hilton Sydney Hotel
488 George Street
The car park for the Hilton Hotel is owned and managed by Secure Parking and is located on Pitt St. Due to one way road systems on George Street, please note that car access to Sydney Hilton is via Pitt Street only. Please program 255 Pitt Street if using a car navigational device. Hilton Valet Parking is available ($68 for 24 hours) or enter the car park directly at casual parking rates.
CAR PARKING RATES
Hilton offers guests and event attendees a special discounted rate of $51.20 (per entry). Please validate your ticket at reception to get this discounted rate. Prices subject to change, without prior notice
MONDAY – FRIDAY (casual hourly rates)
0 – 0.5 hours $8.00
0.5 hour – 1 hour $29.00
1 hour – 2 hours $65.00
2 hours – 3 hours $79.00
3 + hours $84.00
Getting to the Hilton Sydney hotel from Sydney International AirportBy TaxiFrom Sydney Airport, taxis are available to take you directly to the Hilton Sydney hotel. The journey normally takes around 30 minutes and costs approximately $45-$50.By CarEnter Sydney via the Eastern Distributor, take the William Street exit and travel along William Street into Park Street, turn right into Pitt Street. The Hilton Sydney hotel driveway, valet parking and car park are located 50 meters on the left side of Pitt Street. Please program 255 Pitt Street if using a car navigational device. There is a secure underground car park located at Hilton Sydney.By TrainAs an environmentally friendly hotel with a focus on sustainability we recommend you take the Train for direct, convenient access to the hotel from the airport and most other locations. There is a Train Station located at both the Sydney Domestic and International Airports with a direct line to the city. Exit the train at Town Hall Station and the Hilton Sydney hotel is located adjacent to the Victoria Galleries, entry via Pitt Street or George Street, Travelling time is around 25 minutes and costs approximately $15 per person each way.By BusFrom Sydney Domestic and International Airports a shuttle bus is available in front of the Arrivals Hall. The cost is approximately $16-$18 per person each way. Advance booking is not required, however for a shuttle bus transfer from Hilton Sydney to the airport pre-booking is required.
Alternatively for local travel within Sydney to the Hilton hotel, the Transport NSW webpage offers useful information and a travel planner — 131500.com.au
Due to George Street construction by NSW Government, travel times and routes may alter prior to your attendance at the Gartner Business Intelligence, Analytics & Information Management Summit. For further information on the George St construction please visit the NSW Government website.