Most managers in large companies say they want to use advanced data analysis tools to remain competitive, according to a study realised by SAS. However, more than two-thirds of survey respondents have not yet taken concrete steps in this direction.
From detecting bank fraud, predicting consumption, energy or otherwise, or interpreting medical diagnostics, advanced data analysis systems have become a necessity for many companies and industries.
While Artificial Intelligence is a natural component in many business processes, companies need to respond to challenges to stay innovative and meet customer needs in real time.
For this reason, SAS Analytical Solutions, the market leader in data analysis systems, today organized a forum on 28 February to invite top specialists in data analysis and companies in Romania and around the world who successfully implemented Intelligent Solutions Artificial to discuss the evolution and challenges specific to this area.
"Companies are already making decisions based on data analysis, but there is no recipe to create smart organizations with advanced technology. Artificial Intelligence is no longer a niche phenomenon and I think it will grow more and more in the years to come and in Romania. As an industry leader, we are organizing this forum to facilitate the exchange of ideas and experiences and to provide companies with benchmarks in a period of accelerated technological change, "said Stefan Baciu, Senior Sales Manager, SAS Romania.
The event gathered representatives of companies such as UiPath, Vodafone, BRD, Raiffeisen, EON or Deloitte, who discussed the main trends in the industry and how the leadership of large companies should relate to the digital age, which are the skills needed developed in leading teams to build long-term competitive companies.
SAS is today one of the main providers of data analysis tools and automated learning solutions for the major banking, communications, energy and manufacturing companies in Romania.
The event How we build a smarter organization through Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence was organized by SAS Romania at Sheraton Hotel Bucharest.