Anthea Stratigos – February 3, 2017
Heading home from Outsell’s DataMoney … Wow, what an amazing experience. Thanks to all for making it a success. We can’t wait to see you next year. Sign-ups are already beginning, and more than one person told us it’ll be double in size next year. Outsell’s Hugh Byrne and Michael Balsam jested that Outsell is “making data great again.” Gotta love it.
For those who missed it, here’s your rundown of the many things we covered:
A is for amazing.
B is for the business of data.
C is for the cognitive enterprise, and the data driven solutions making it happen.
D is for, well, data — all data, nothing but data.
E is for excellent examples of entrepreneurial data companies.
F is for FourSquare and the market moving data they’re licensing — wow!
G is for galvanizing attendees around the strategies and practices of making money with data.
H is for helping our planet become a better place with data.
I is for innovation and the five emerging companies whose CEOs shared their ideas.
J is for joy and the fun everyone had listening to Data Stories — case studies around the business of data.
K is for keys to success for commercializing data and the primary workflows it supports.
L is for licensing data and getting data deals done.
M is for machine learning and AI-driven solutions, the new buzzwords for investors, and the latest in making data great. (Memo: SaaS is so yesterday)
N is for networking in New York, the perfect energy for the data exchanges that took place.
O is for open data and the amazing way government data is being put to use.
P is for purpose built data-solutions and the progress they are making.
Q is for the quest for data. One company’s exhaust is another’s perfect additive.
R is for real data in real time, a phenom we coined back in 2006 in our report. We were so ahead of our time.
S is for sponsors and the special companies who believed in this event!
T is for tapping into the future.
U is for understanding best practices for data monetization — what this event is all about.
V is for the venture capital busy at work in this space.
W is for the wonderful stories Rick Smolan, author of “The Human Face of Big Data”, told about how data is saving our world.
X is for Exabyte what else?
Y is for yay! We did it!
Z is for zettabytes and the vast data oceans we’re swimming in, and because exabytes are being fast outnumbered … a reason to get DataMoney.
See you next Year!!