Data analytics expert and former senior presidential advisor will help headline April conference in Winston-Salem, NC exploring the use of data to address business and healthcare challenges
Inmar, a company that operates intelligent commerce networks, today announced that David Plouffe, Senior Vice President for Policy and Strategy, Uber will be a keynote speaker for the 2015 Inmar Analytics Forum — taking place April 7-9 in the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in Winston-Salem, NC. The Inmar Analytics Forum is an annual event, hosted by Inmar and presented in partnership with the Wake Forest University Center for Retail Innovation, that brings together the best minds in academia and business to explore the practical application of data analytics to drive conversion, create operational efficiencies and bring about improved business and consumer/patient outcomes.
Plouffe’s presentation, “Big Data – Knowing Instead of Guessing,” will be a highlight among the more than 50 information sessions being offered to Forum attendees. He joins a host of senior subject matter experts and world-class thought leaders from the promotion, supply chain and healthcare industries who, as presenters, will deliver real insight into developing data-based solutions to today’s business and healthcare challenges.
A pioneering force in the field of politics, technology and grassroots leadership, Plouffe built a billion-dollar nationwide organization in 2008 that inspired millions and made history electing Barack Obama president. He is an innovator with extensive experience in successfully leading large teams and is now bringing his expertise as a proven field general and strategist to Uber, where he serves as Senior Vice President for Policy and Strategy. He is also the author of the New York Times bestseller, The Audacity to Win: The Inside Story and Lessons of Barack Obama’s Historic Victory.
The Inmar Analytics Forum holds a unique place in the meeting space because of its focus on the practical application of data analytics to improve promotions, healthcare and supply chain operations and the attention given to using data to stimulate collaboration between manufacturers, retailers and healthcare providers/systems. Those interested in the Forum can learn more about the event, and register, by visiting the Forum web page. Information is also available by calling (866) 440-6917.