Harvesting "Information Excellence"

Summit Sumary: 2015 Feb 28th Business Analytics Industry Summit by informationexcellence
April 15, 2015, 5:22 pm
Filed under: 2015 Spring Conference

Information Excellence 2015 Business Analytics Industry IEG 20150228 Summit BrochureSummit highlighted industry case studies in the information use and data analytics for improved business efficiency and impact of big data on business operations. This is the 6th Summit session from IEG.

The summit hosted by the Department of Management Studies, IISc. The Satish Dhawan Auditorium was packed to the capacity with 250+ participants; with registrants from across the industry spectrum, academic faculty and IISc Student community.

Speakers shared their thoughts on how the analytics is being used in the industry to drive business growth. Lively interaction by the audience with the speakers showed immense audience interest in the talks.

The Summit also highlighted the need for closer Academia and Industry Interaction. It specifically 20150228 Spring IEG Audienceemphasized the need for A) bringing the real life challenges that could benefit from the research from leading academic institutions and B) industry adopting the leading edge research output from the institutes like IISc. There were specific action items from many participant industry leaders in progressing this call for action from the Institute (Indian Institute of Science).

The summit Presentations are available (where share permission granted) on the http://www.slideshare.net/informationexcellence/presentations

Summit Summary:

Prof Chiranjit MukhopadhyayProf Chiranjit Mukhopadhyay, Professor of Statistics, DoMS, IISc (Preso Link)

 Prof Chiranjit kicked off the Summit with a brief overview of the IISc and the Department of Management Studies.

  • The Institute was founded on May 27, 1909; as a “University of Research”, Conceived by Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata (J N Tata) with inspiration from Swami Vivekananda and land granted by the Mysuru Maharajas
  • Department of Management Studies is the first management institute in the country, founded in 1947. Offering Master of Management Program as well as PhD in Management Studies (~50 researchers pursuing Doctoral Degrees)

He articulated the Business Analytics to be the discipline addressing the following three connected issues:

  • Data Management & Technology Exploitation
  • Data Analysis & Optimization
  • Automated Decision Making

 Prof Chiranjit articulated the importance of this interdisciplinary area involving Computer Science and Engineering, Statistics and Machine Learning and OR & Management Science. His Welcome Note set the tone for the rest of the day with the focus and intent on how to leverage the technology and data towards effective business and societal decision making.

Prof Govindan RangarajanProf Govindan Rangarajan Chairman, Division of Interdisciplinary Research, IISc

 In the Inaugural session, Prof Govindan Rangarajan brought to fore the rapid emergence of new technologies and the resultant digital revolution. Together, they would change the way we live and conduct our business, in the near future.

Prof Rangarajan articulated the interaction between Academia and Industry is inevitable due to rapid emergence of new technologies; and the need for the two (Industry and Academia) to work together to adopt the advances in technology and research towards positively adopting the digital revolution. He called for focused engagement between the Academia and Industry. This was further detailed out between the industry leaders and IISc Faculty in the focused lunch meeting discussion.

Dinakar AdhyamDinakar Adhyam, Managing Director, Saint-Gobain Sekurit India Ltd

Dinakar shared his thoughts on Information Excellence: It is a lever and decision tool towards

  •  Control on cost, quality, service & value,
  • Minimize overheads & Maximize value and
  • Linking strategic vision to robust daily management.

Dinakar defined 5 levels for achieving information excellence:

  • L1- Real time data interchange
  • L2 – TQM, Kaizen, Six Sigma,
  • L3 – Extract intelligence,
  • L4 – Combine managerial Innovation with technology,
  • L5 – Balancing IT strategy with Business strategy.

 Top Tweets for the session from Dinakar Adhyam:

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

IT is no more about Computers and Technology than astronomy is about telescopes #InfoExcel

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Manufacturing Industry – Cost, Quality, Service and Value #InfoExcel

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Feb 28

#InfoExcel Mr. A Dinakar lucidly explained what top management looks for after investing into IT.

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Feb 28

#InfoExcel Mr. A Dinakar lucidly explained what top management looks for after investing into IT.

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Pervasive Computing – 1 PC per 1.5 employees at Saint Gobian #InfoExcel

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 27

1 PC per 1.5 employees in Saint-Gobain… #InfoExcel #IISc

(Note; It is a manufacturing company, still 2 PCs for every three employees!)

Siddharth Dixit  ‏@siddharthdixit1  Feb 28

#InfoExcel Mr. A Dinakar lucidly explained what top management looks for after investing into IT.

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20 Feb 28

Transition from “Chances favors prepare minds” to.”Chances favors connected minds” in IT… #InfoExcel #DataSciencw

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Pervasive Computing – 1 PC per 1.5 employees at Saint Gobian #InfoExcel

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 27

80% of Saint-Gobain Chennai’s water needs are met through rain water harvesting… #InfoExcel #IISc

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

3 activities 10 locations 1600 employees – Thats Saint Gobian in India #InfoExcel

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Saint Gobian founded in 1665! #InfoExcel

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Mr. Dinakar from @saintgobain begins his first session at #InfoExcel A Top Management Persepective

Ramesh BhashyamRamesh Bhashyam, CTO, Teradata R&D labs (Preso Link)

Ramesh presented his thoughts on universal big data architecture and Zeta byte age.

He elaborated on complex dimensions –

  • Value density (measure of extent of processing based on data format),
  • Analytic agility (structured vs unstructured for business intelligence) and
  • Concurrency of data (Frequency of use of data vs infrequency vs one time use).

He explained five I’s:  Implement, Integrate, Improve continuously, generate Intelligence and Innovate using IT

Top Tweets for the session from Ramesh Bhashyam:

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Feb 28

#InfoExcel learnt two new things from Ramesh Bhashyam – Value density of data concept and 5 steps approach towards Big Data

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 28

Infy team now for “Realizing Business Value through Big Data” #InfoExcel #BigData

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 28

Value Density – Measure of the extent to which data has to be processed based on form #InfoExcel #IISc #DataScience

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

And back to basics – The V’s – Volume Variety Velocity Value #BigData #InfoExcel

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Data Driven Decision Making – Acquire, Prepare, Analyze, Validate and Operationalize #InfoExcel #BigData

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 27

Big Data = Transactions + Interactions + Obaervations #InfoExcel #IISc #DataScience #BigData

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Its the Zeta Byte Age #InfoExcel #BigData #Analytics

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

More data has been created in the last 3 years than in all the past 40,000 years #InfoExcel #BigData and the Unit of Analysis has changed!

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Total data has quadrupled in the last three years #InfoExcel

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 27

Data are no longer merely the by-product of process improvement, they r becoming the raw material of business. #InfoExcel #IISc #DataScienc

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Next #InfoExcel topic – “Big Data Universal Architecture” by Ramesh Bhashyam of Terradata R#D Labs

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 27

“Data drives but guts decides”.. guts needs wisdom #InfoExcel #DataScience #IISc

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Heard from a participant question – “Data Drives, but Gut decides” #InfoExcel

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 27

Important to shift from ‘T’ of ‘IT’ to ‘I’ of ‘IT’ #InfoExcel #IISc #DataScience

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 27

Transition from “Chances favors prepare minds” to “Chances favors connected minds” in IT… #InfoExcel #DataSciencw

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

The other I’s of IT – Implement, Integrate, Improve, extract Intelligence, Innovate #InfoExcel

VC GopalratnamVC Gopalratnam, President, IT and CIO – APJ&C and Chief of Strategy, Planning & Operations, Cisco India (Preso Link)

Gopalratnam gave CIO perspectives on Data analytics, Internet of things and fast pace of changes in the world.

He explained and deliberated on the emerging state of the next generation of IT:

  • New paradigm (Application centricity, ITaas, Social, Mobile analytics, cloud),
  • Globalization (New business models, Governance and security concerns) and
  • Consumerization (BYOX, Collaboration and flexible consumption models).

Gopalratnam explained that Digital Natives (people aged upto 21 years) are bringing a new way of thinking in flexibility and collaborative working.

He predicted that Inter cloud, FAR computing, video analytics, Policy Engine and SMART everything (City, Hospital, Highway, Factory, etc.) are the future.

Top Tweets for the session from V C Gopalratnam:

 Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel it was interesting to listen on 3 undergoing changes, micro segmentation n IoT(E) from V C Gopalratnam

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Queries coming up on Data motion from one cloud to another cloud #InfoExcel #BigData

IoT Attack ‏@iotattack  Feb 27

“Internet of Things” – new term introduced in 2015 edition of #InfoExcel #IoT #Business #Analytics via kamleshrao

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

“Internet of Things” – means #InfoExcel sessions are not the repeatative. Happy to know that the we have new content with speakers

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

“Internet of Things” – new term introduced in 2015 edition of #InfoExcel #IoT #Business #Analytics


Ravishanker N Ravishanker N, CIO, Tatasky (Preso Link)

Ravishankar took the audience on an exciting analytics journey in TataSky.

He explained that hundreds of traits of an individual viewer are analyzed to understand the customer behaviour towards the business objectives of driving organic growth, increasing operating efficiency and reducing the risks in DTH industry.

Ravishanker elaborated that the current focus areas are on leveraging the Social circle, Social media and Sentiment analysis towards positive business benefits and meaningful customer engagement.

Top Tweets for the session from Ravishanker N:

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel learnt from Ravi Shankar how text analytics is used 2 resolve customer complaints n keep churn rate much below industry figures

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

Digital TV Subscription is a $ 4 monthly business in India #InfoExcel

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

TataSky – 3 Lakh Distributors and Dealers

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 27

@tatasky insights on deliberations talk #InfoExcel

Ramprasad K RRamprasad K R, Chief Technologist andDistinguished Member of Technical Staff, AI & Cognitive Computing, Wipro

Ramprasad explained how BOTS have been used to improve the efficiency of Service Desk in WIPRO. He elaborated on the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in IT services in Wipro.

He shared details of Helpdesk automation, Enterprise Business automation, Wipro Intelligent recruitment agent, Wipro ngGenie and Voice BPO. He shared about the Intelligent recruitment AI system that can screen candidates in the first round without any “human” intervention. 

Top Tweets for the session from Ramprasad K R:

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel Ramprasad has developed a curiosity in me about AI. Assisted hypothesis discovery, deep learning, etc were interesting topics

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel Ramprasad’s simple n day to day examples helped me understand and appreciate tremendous effort going on in AI field

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 28

Open Source Technologies can be leveraged for #AI #InfoExcel

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 28

Next time when you go for an Interview at Wipro, probably a BOT will do screening #AI #InfoExcel

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 28

Bots Service Desk at Wipro helps in catagorizing the tickets #InfoExcel #AI

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 28

We are not machines, but we do something like machine. Those things can be automated.. #InfoExcel #IISc #ArtificialIntelligence

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1 Mar 1

#InfoExcel Ramprasad’s simple n day to day examples helped me understand and appreciate tremendous effort going on in AI field

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1 Mar 1

#InfoExcel Ramprasad has developed a curiosity in me about AI. Assisted hypothesis discovery, deep learning, etc were interesting topics

Ganapathy SubramanianGanapathy Subramanian, Sr VP – Analytics, Infosys

Subramanian gave an overview of real time analytic platform using Hadoop and Spark that can refresh a dashboard every 4 seconds analyzing data from several hundreds of sensors from several thousands of automated vehicles operating inside mines to show possible breakdown and provide an ability to fix the problems before they occur in real-time. He aptly summarized the change and shift towards real time as that of atoms changing into bits.

Subramanian discussed and summarized bigdata in terms of three aspects: Scope, Scale and Ability to Discover

Top Tweets for the session from Ganapathy Subramanian

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel mining Industry example from Ganapathy’s session was interesting. I wish I could see it till end.

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel Ganapathy n Ramprasad’s idea of helping business 2 get rid of mundane jobs n providing capabilities to focus on core jobs

Venkat.KL ‏@VenkatKL  Feb 28

Very Good talk on Big Data and Open Source Technologies by Mr. Ganapathy Subramanian Sr. VP, Analytics, Infosys #InfoExcel

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel Ganapathy Subramanian showed how open source tech can b combined to make products which give enhanced capabilities to end users

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel Ganapathy Subramanian showed how open source tech can b combined to make products which give enhanced capabilities to end users

Cohan Sujay CarlosCohan Sujay Carlos, Founder CEO, Aiaioo Labs (Preso Link)

Cohan explained how text analytics can be used to build products that lead to better conversion rates than Google in B2B marketing. He gave an overview of “Intension Analysis” and associated use cases.

He compared and contrasted pull marketing vs push marketing and elaborated the B2B sales approach effectiveness with push marketing. The solution included iterative multi-step approach with

  1. Identifying prospect categories
  2. Harvesting Contact Details of stakeholder persons (Email Server, Social Media, Company Id)
  3. Identifying a prospect (Text Analytics Steps)
  4. Engaging them with effective conversations

He explained the most likely observed reasons for in-effective B2B sales as the following: 1. Not enough content, 2. No social media followers.

Top Tweets for the session from Cohan Sujay Carlos:

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel Sujay showed how text analytics can b used 2 build products dat has better conversion rates than Google in B2B marketing

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 28

Text Analytics can enable Push Methods, which can be effective #InfoExcel #AI

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 28

Promoting B2B Products is all about Targeting #InfoExcel

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 28

Most B2B marketing is “pull” method. “Push” method is possible with AI and it is more effective too. @CohanSujay #InfoExcel #IISc #Marketing

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 28

Failure point of B2B marketing – 1.No enough content, 2.No social media followers @CohanSujay #InfoExcel #IISc #Marketing

Manoj Gunasekaran ‏@ManojG20  Feb 28

People selling B2B products dont like to spend money for google ads, but like to get high ratings in search. @CohanSujay #InfoExcel #IISc


Bindu NarayanBindu Narayan, Stragetic Projects, HP Global Analytics (Preso Link)

Bindu Narayan explained how text analytics can be used to find proxy for important variables. She discussed measuring the loyalty through “Intension to Repurchase” and “Intension to Recommend”; simplifying the complex process into three actionable outcomes namely: 1. Positive, 2. Negative, 3.Neutral.

She explained and elaborated about Regular Sentiment Analysis and Use of Semantic Similarity.

Top Tweets for the session from Bindu Narayan:

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel Bindu showed how text analytics can b used 2 find proxy 4 important variables. 4 me it is an example of out of the box thinking

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel Bindu showed how text analytics can b used 2 find proxy 4 important variables. 4 me it is an example of out of the box thinking

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel I could relate well to Bindu’s session bcoz she took us through things that I do everyday

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao Feb 28

NPS – Net Promoter Score – A 10 point scaled single question on intention to recommend #InfoExcel

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 28

Loyalty – Repurchase, Intention to Purchase, Intention to recommend #InfoExcel

Kamlesh ® ‏@kamleshrao  Feb 28

Last session from HP Team on Measuring Loyalty Real Time #InfoExcel


Top Tweets for the conference:

Nagaraj Kulkarni ‏@NagarajKulkarni  Mar 2

#InfoExcel Captivated Audience, Engaging Qns, Insightful Speakers; Many “Invaluable n Tax free” budget day takeaways!

Md.Sajid ‏@sajid_rvd  Feb 28

What an awesome way to start with my Saturday,, The seminar, content and all the speakers were flawless.. #InfoExcel

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Mar 1

#InfoExcel I am grateful to DoMS IISc team 4 hosting Business Analytics Industry Summit. I learnt a lot n I m inspired

Siddharth Dixit ‏@siddharthdixit1  Feb 28

#InfoExcel Got to learn many new things. It was interesting to c how text analytics n open source tech r being used to solve business prob

Venkat.KL ‏@VenkatKL  Feb 28

@NagarajKulkarni request you to share PPTs & other useful Links of #InfoExcel Information Excellence Business Analytics Industry Summit

Venkat.KL ‏@VenkatKL  Feb 28

@NagarajKulkarni It was good – #InfoExcel Information Excellence Business Analy

Nishank Tripathi ‏@tnishank  Feb 28

#InfoExcel It was a great experience of listening humble geeks #iisc

Nagaraj Kulkarni ‏@NagarajKulkarni  Mar 2

#infoexcel @siddharthdixit @VenkatKL @kamleshrao @ManojG20 Thank You for sharing your key learnings and takeaways from the conference

Nagaraj Kulkarni ‏@NagarajKulkarni  Mar 2

#infoexcel Thanks to all the participants for making it a proactive summit in the 2015 Spring Conference; Presos to be published by weekend

The summit hosted by the Department of Management Studies, IISc. Sincere thanks to the faculty, students and staff whose support made the summit a huge success.

IISC DoMS Dept Faculty

Volunteer Team Contributing to the Success of the Summit:

Information Excellence Group operates by Volunteers from the Industry and Academia.

The volunteer Team from IISc ensured the summit was well planned and executed, from the speaker reachout to the summit day organization ownership. Thanks to the team that did a great job on this. Thank You  Team!

Rajesh Bhat201502_IISc_DoMS Student Volunteers
Amit Kumar Sendre
Srikanth S
Karthikeyan K
Bidyot Doley
Aditi Tiwari
M Srinivas


The volunteer Duo from NIFT, Bangalore captured the memories and snapshots of the summit. Kudos to Sindhu Senthil and Mananashritha Parvati from NIFT, for finding about this unique conference and approaching the IEG Team to be Volunteer Photographers.

Thank You Sindhu and Mananashritha for capturing the summit unmindful of the full day standing and adding some fashion to this knowledge summit.

Working behind the scenes are many committed information excellence professionals, who volunteer and / or advise for the cause of building a vibrant community and ensuring the community driven knowledge share. Kudos to the volunteer team that worked closely on this summit.

Dr. Abhinanda Sarkar
K L Mukesh20150228_IEG_Volunteers
Kiran Bettadapur
Chid Kollengode
Venugopal Krishnan
Neerav Joshipura
Kanupriya Garg
Sorabh Bajaj
Siddharaj Umrani
Jagadish Puvvada
Gowthaman Basuvaraj
Raghavendra Rao H
Balasubba Raman G
Chandramouli Ramaswamy
Balaji Venkataraman

Sponsor Acknowledgement:

The Organizing Volunteer time acknowledges and thanks the sponsors for the summit, DataXu and COMPEGENCE, for the support.




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Summit Summary by Industry Participant:


Thanks to Prof BalaSubbaraman G and Dheepa K for the detailed summary notes and collation. Thank you Prasad Chitta for the summary published in the link abobe.

Engage, Support and Grow:



How can I support and contribute to the cause of Information Excellence:

From The Organizations and Institutes:

1)      Venue Support from your company for One Monthly Knowledge Share Sessions  in this Year (3:30 to 6:00 PM on Fridays  OR 10 AM to 12 Noon on Saturdays, Once a month)

2)      Subject Matter Expert Speaker Support to share he expert and emerging knowledge (in detailed, deep dive format, that helps the professionals with deployable-take-away knowledge)

3)      Host and / or Sponsor a Large format session

4)      Support with incremental sponsorship support (mementoes, raffles, welcome kits)

From The Individual Professionals:

1)      Sign up to be a volunteer, and take ownership of a whole monthly session

2)      Offer to speak, Offer to be a back up speaker

3)      Communicate and engage your fellow practitioners and your company

4)      Contribute with your expertise to share and speak

5)      Active contribution to the KnowBase on the informationexcellence site

6)      Volunteers with commitmen to drive these activities further to next level


2015 Spring Conference: 24 Hours Countdown for the Knowledge Feast by informationexcellence
February 27, 2015, 7:10 am
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01 / March / 2015 Update:

Great Summit yesterday with many insightful take aways.

Attendees who made notes; please share your takeaways on this postor on the linkedin group http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Information-Excellence-3893869

The presentations and photos will be uploaded and links shared on the blogsite and linkedin group post speaker approvals for sharing.

Thank you for prioritizing to invest your day getting the “non perishable knowledge harvest” on this budget day; and contributing to the conference success.

Best Regards,

from the Volunteer Team



Thanks to the community support and confidence as always, we are houseful, with many aspirants waitlisted.

Look forward to seeing you all on Sarurday (tomorrow) morning at 9 AM Sharp. Expect Parking challenges (and carpool or take public transport where possible), as it is also a IISc Open House and there will be lot of visitors to IISc.

PS: We are seeing somebody to take care of the Google Hangout Live Sharing, do advise if you can take ownership. Please get in touch with your number asap.

1) Please plan to be at Venue by 8:45; to account for the registration process. If you are visiting Satish Dhawan Auditorium for the first time, good idea to be there by 8:30 so you will not get lost.

2) Please bring a Govt or Company or College issued ID Proof, for the Security purpose.

3)No need to get any eventbrite ticket or printout. When you come in, Walk to the Table that is handling your registration in the Alpha Order of your first name, If you have registered, your name will be on the list and you will be able to enter the Auditorium.

4) If you have a digital Camera and dont mind clicking few pictures, please get one along and you can help share them (and also try out your Amateur photography skills)

5) Have your twitter account ready, and leverage the #infoexcel keyword to tweet about what you learn, like and enjoy in the session.

6) Note: We look forward to your collaborative support at the venue in making this volunteer driven event a success. Venue Directions:

Venue Details to Satish Dhawan Auditorium in IISc Campus

The Auditorium is adjacent to J N Tata Auditorium, across the street from the main Campus.

1.If you are coming from Mekhri Circle towards Yashwantpur, You will cross the Sadashivanagar Police Station Traffic Light Junction. Continue past this junction, and take the first left into a Large Iron Gate that enters into the HV Engineering Department of IISc (There is Security Post at the Gate). Make Right after the Gate and Security and Volunteers will guide you to the Venue.

2. If you hit J N Tata Auditorium to your left, you can take that entrance, park there and walk across the fence (there is a small gate at the back left corner of the fence) to the Satish Dhawan Auditorium

3.If you are coming from the Sankey Tank or Malleshwaram Side, Enter from the Backside Gate of IISc, adjacent to the Maramma Temple (Huge Temple Gopuram, cant miss it), and the Venue 180 degree behind the building you see as you enter through this Gate.

4.If you are lost, ask for Satish Dhawan Auditorium or Management Studies Department. It is just after the Subway road that connects the two sides of the campus, on the other side of the Prakruthi restaurant.

Look forward to seeing you at the Summit.

Information Excellence Group Volunteer Team.

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2015 Spring Conference Speakers and Your Ask by informationexcellence
February 13, 2015, 10:55 am
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As you are getting ready for the Knowledge Feast in the Business Analytics Industry Summit on Feb 28th, Here is the Speaker and Topic Aerial View.

Do you have a pre-question to the speakers? Do you have a suggestion to the speakers? Do post your requests and questions to speakers as a comment to this post or at the linkedin group

2015 Spring Conference SpeakersDetailed Schedule

Speaker Profiles and Topic Abstract

Venue Details to Satish Dhawan Auditorium in IISc Campus

Registration Link

Also, Would You Like to Contribute to the Spirit of “Information Excellence” and help shape and grow its interpretation and impact?

You are very welcome to Contribute your One Slider on “Information Excellence To Me Is…..”; It is your vision and interpretation of the term “Information Excellence”.

See the other thought leaders’ statements on the topic at

A template is available for your reference at the link, you can download, fill in your slide and email it to us

Consolidated Slide Deck will be published post conference on slideshare.net/iformationexcellence with attributions to authors

2015 Spring conference Support and Sponsorship by informationexcellence
February 11, 2015, 11:52 am
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DOMSDepartment of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Science; The Oldest Management School in India (founded in 1947) and exclusive focus on Business Analytics and Technology Management is the Summit Host.

The Institute and the Department are committed to increase the Industry Academia collaboration and is challenging the industry to bring the challenges and problems from the industry and field to the leading researchers in the Institute.


Volunteers from Industry and Academia play a very vital role in forming and framing the Information Excellence Group focus and activities. Big thanks to the volunteer team that has supported the planning and preparation for this summit; as well as the volunteers and supporters over the last four years. The full list of active volunteers for this conference will be published and acknowledged post the summit.



DataXu_Banner_Image   Data Xu, a leading Marketing and Media Analytics company with focus on “The Programmatic Marketing Revolution” supports Information Excellence Group Spring 2015 Conference with its Sponsorship.


COMPEGENCElogo with red book, an emerging “Information Advantage” company with focus on “Decision Intelligence Lifecycle” supports Information Excellence Group Spring 2015 Conference with its Sponsorship.


We continue to seek industry support for the following:

1) Venue Support (50+ members) for the Short Format Session, on Friday evenings from 2 PM to 7 PM; with Beverages for the participants

2) Committed sponsorship for the next Large format Summits, on the lines described below

3) Speaker Support with deep dive cases illustrating the business case and technology leading to business outcome; thereby helping accelerate the analytical adoption curve in the industry

4) Committed Volunteers who take ownership for short format sessions and / or specific set of activities.


IEG Volunteer Team is seeking nominal non cash sponsorship of ~ value INR 1 Lakh towards Participant Food and Beverages and Mementoes (to be covered in actuals). Drop us a note if you like the opportunity to sponsor and support the cause of Information Excellence.

The industry sponsorship helps us manage this community and conference as non-cash and non-profit. It also helps us maintain the unweavered focus in getting the best SME and industry leader speakers.

The Sponsoring company will have the following benefits:

1) Space for upto 4 Standees for Brand Publicity
2) Optional Open Space for a stall, if required
3) All Communications will carry Sponsor Logo (reaching thousands of professionals)
4) Can Provide Sponsor Material or kit to participants for publicity

Speakers and Schedule for the 2015 Spring Summit by informationexcellence
February 10, 2015, 1:25 pm
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Agenda for the Business Analytics Summit on Sat Feb 28th, 2014:
Venue: Satish Dhawan Auditorium, IISc Campus, Bangalore.

It is always an exciting and yet challenging time to put together a schedule, specially so when each of the speakers bring in distinct and unique value to the summit and to the audience.

We thought it will be valuable for the participant professionals to hear to the CEO’s Business Call, Followed by the CTO and CIO calls from the product companies. Followed by the Business CIO, and then the Services Technology Heads. Followed by the SMEs with their unique cases.

Big Thank You to the speakers for making time to share their experience and expertise and helping draw up this schedule; on behalf of the volunteer organizing team and all the participants.








Volunteer Team

Registration, Networking

IISc and IEG Volunteer Team




Host Note, Summit Kick Off

Prof M.H. Bala Subrahmanya

Chairman, Dept of Management Studies, IISc




Interdisciplinary Focus and Industry-Academic collaboration viewpoint

Prof Govindan Rangarajan Chairman, Division of Interdisciplinary Research, IISc



St Gobain

Information Needs of Top Management

Dinakar Adhyam Managing Director, Saint-Gobain Sekurit India Ltd




Universal Big Data Architecture

Ramesh Bhashyam

CTO, Teradata R&D labs



Coffee Break

Coffee Break




The CIO’s perspective on Data and the Internet of Everything

VC Gopalratnam 

Chief Information Officer – APJ & GC;

President – Strategy, Planning & Operations



Tata Sky

Tata Sky’s Competing with Analytics Journey: Insights and

Ravishanker N

CIO, Tatasky



Networking Lunch

Networking Lunch




Disrupting IT Services using AI

Ramprasad K R

Chief Technologist and Distinguished Member of
Technical Staff, AI & Cognitive Computing, Wipro




Big Data and Open Source Technologies

Ganapathy Subramanian

Sr VP, Analytics, Infosys



Coffee Break

Coffee Break



Aiaioo Labs

Applications of Text Analytics to B2B Sales and Marketing

Cohan Sujay Carlos

Founder CEO, Aiaioo Labs




Measuring Loyalty Real Time: An HP Case Study

Bindu Narayan

Strategic Projects (Customer Intelligence) Lead, HP Global Analytics




Information Excellence Summary

Venugopal Krishnan and Nagaraj Kulkarni



Volunteer Team

Vote of Thanks

 Now that we have the Speaker Topics finalized, please post your questions or suggestions on what knowledge nuggets you request from the speakers; Post them on the linked in section at http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Information-Excellence-3893869

Registration Info (required, is free): https://informationexcellence.wordpress.com/2015/01/12/2015-spring-information-excellence-summit/



2015 Spring Summit Speakers by informationexcellence
February 10, 2015, 1:14 pm
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Speaker Profiles for the 2015 Spring Information Excellence Business Analytics Industry Summit. We have a great mix of distinguished speakers providing a knowledge feast ranging from Research Views to CEO Priorities, CIO Perspectives, CTO Visions and Practitioner Insights.

Professor Govindan Rangarajan_IISc_2014Prof Govindan Rangarajan, Chairman, Division of Interdisciplinary Research, IISc

Topic: Call from the IISc Interdisciplinary Research Chairman to the Practitioners and Industry Leaders


Professor Govindan Rangarajan is a Professor at the Department of Mathematics, Indian Institute of Science. In addition, he is also the Chairman, Division of Interdisciplinary Research, IISc; Director, Indo-French Centre for Applied Mathematics (IFCAM); Convener, National Mathematics Initiative at IISc; Coordinator, DST Centre for Mathematical Biology; Programme Coordinator, Indo-US Virtual Institute for Mathematical and Statistical Sciences (VI-MSS)

Prof. Govindan Rangarajan obtained his PhD from University of Maryland, College Park, USA. He then worked at the Lawrence Berkeley Lab, University of California, Berkeley before returning to India in 1992. He is currently a Professor of Mathematics at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. His research interests include nonlinear dynamics and chaos, time series analysis and brain machine interface.

It is natural that awards and honours go in search of their own honour; many of them having found their place with Prof Govindan Rangarajan! Some of them being

  • C. Bose National Fellow
  • Fellow, Indian Academy of Sciences
  • Fellow, National Academy of Sciences, India
  • Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Academiques (Knight of the Order of Palms), Government of France
  • Homi Bhabha Fellow
  • Honorary Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
  • Adjunct Professor, International Centre for Theoretical Sciences, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
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Prof Bala SubrahmanyaProf M.H. Bala Subrahmanya, Professor & Chairman, Dept of Management Studies, IISc.
Prof Bala Subrahmanya is the Professor of Economics and the Chairman of the Department of Management Studies, the oldest management institute in India.

His research interests include Industrial Economics covering the wide spectrum of industry: start-ups, micro firms, SMEs, large scale enterprises including TNCs, their structure and growth, industrial R&D and technological innovations, entrepreneurship, industrial energy consumption pattern and efficiency, industrial subcontracting, productivity and industrial performance.

Prof Bala Subrahmanya comes with many noted recognitions including:

•    University of California, Davis, USA: Fulbright-Nehru Senior Research Fellow during September 2009 to April 2010.
•    National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Tokyo, Japan: Japan Foundation Visiting Research Fellow during March 2005 to February 2006.
•    Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India: Assistant Professor (from May 1996 to May 2002), Department of Management Studies.
•    Foundation for Small & Medium Enterprise Development, University of Durham, Durham, United Kingdom: Commonwealth Visiting Research Fellow during February-July 2000.
•    The Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India [Assocham], New Delhi, India: Economist (January1990-October1992); Senior Executive (November 1992-April 1996).

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Dinakar AdhyamDinakar Adhyam, Managing Director, Saint-Gobain Sekurit India Ltd

Topic: Information Needs of Top Management

Dinakar has rich experience of 30 years with reputed multi-national companies, spanning several industries and markets, automotive being one of the important markets that he has had the opportunity to work closely with many of the global auto OEM companies in India.

Dinakar Adhyam has been the Managing Director of Saint-Gobain Sekurit India Ltd since October 25, 2011. Prior to that, he has been the CEO & Director of ROBO Silicon Ltd; President & Managing Director of Kennametal India Limited (formerly known as WIDIA); Managing Director of DISA India Limited; Business Head at Grindwell Norton Ltd where he built his career over 20 years.

His special focus is on Business management, Operational and business excellence, leadership and mentoring. He is known for Consistent track record of high performance and building strong teams, with focus on excellence.

Mr. Dinakar holds BE in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Mysore.

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Ramesh BhashyamRamesh Bhashyam, CTO, Teradata R&D labs

Topic: Universal Big Data Architecture

Ramesh Bhashyam is the Chief Technical Officer at Teradata R&D labs.

Prior to this he was the Chief Technical Officer in Los Angeles for the Teradata database group. Ramesh was elected by the board of Teradata as a Teradata Fellow in 2010. Ramesh has extensive experience in data analytics.

Prior to Teradata he was with inference corporation, a leading AI Company. Ramesh has over 30 US patents to his credits in data analytics and big data.

Ramesh has a master’s in computer science and an bachelor’s in electrical and electronics engineering.

Abstract (Universal Big Data Architecture, Ramesh Bhashyam):

Universal Big Data Architecture. This one hour session will layout the big data architecture. The basic premise of the presentation is that reasoning with big data is not about big data alone but it is about all data. The session will briefly explain the concept of big data from the perspective of data science. It will motivate the need for big data type analytics. It will discuss the 3V of big data. It will then come up with a data architecture for big data based upon the analytic requirements.

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V C GopalratnamVC Gopalratnam, Chief Information Officer – APJ & GC; President – Strategy, Planning & Operations

Topic: Awaited

VC Gopalratnam (Gopal) is Cisco’s Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the Asia Pacific Japan and China region and Vice President of Information Technology. He is also the leader for Global IT Services, guiding the vision and strategy for key IT enablers across the organization. In addition, he serves as Chief of Strategy, Planning, and Operations for Cisco India, managing infrastructure development and operations, university relations, and company priorities of inclusion and diversity and corporate social responsibility.

A core member of Cisco’s executive leadership team in India and the region, Gopal has worked in the technology industry for more than 25 years with leading multinational corporations. He serves on the Board of the Cisco Foundation and leads the India Civic Council Board.

Before joining Cisco in 2007, Gopal was the business leader of the Global Analytics practice at General Electric Capital International Services. Prior to that role, he led GE’s Global e-Engineering/Collaborative Engineering practice.

Gopal holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Chennai, India, Master of Science degrees in both chemical engineering and environmental risk studies, and an MBA in MIS/finance.

Abstract (The CIO’s perspective on Data and the Internet of Everything, VC Gopalratnam):

The role of the CIO is changing – the relevance of IT to the enterprise has never been more.  From being a back-room function, IT now has a seat at the table in the board room and helps drive not just the way we run businesses, but the way we grow and change them.  At the heart of this transformation is big data.  As the world moves towards an Internet of Everything paradigm, making sense of the avalanche of data that is being generated in order to make more impactful business decisions is a challenge.  Being Fast IT and becoming adaptive is something that the CIOs are expected to lead and drive.  Changing demographics, platforms and business models have made this the most exciting time to be a technology professional.

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Ravishankar Tata SkyRavishanker N, CIO, Tatasky

Topic: Tata Sky’s Competing with Analytics Journey: Insights and Deliberations

A Chartered Engineer by profession with a MS (IT) and a Management Graduate with Fellow Member of the British Computer Society.

Ravi has around 25 years of work experience in the Media / Banking and Telecom domain.

In the past, he has worked with Financial majors like Standard Chartered / GE Capital  and in senior leadership roles in  Bank Muscat / IBM & Bharti Airtel.

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Ramprasad K RRamprasad K R, Chief Technologist and Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, AI & Cognitive Computing, Wipro

Topic: Disrupting IT Services using AI

Ramprasad K R is the Chief Technologist at Wipro’s Center of Innovation, the Technovation lab and is responsible for driving the future of business innovations. He has incubated the lab as a service offering with wins from global customers. His technology portfolio spans the enterprise IT technology themes of data scale, semantic web, next generation user experience, continuous integration and smart systems.

Known for his technology leadership and ability to create breakthrough solutions, Mr Ramprasad has incubated several new technology competencies of Internet, web programming, object oriented technologies, java, distributed objects , document and content management, and grid computing competencies and has multiple patents under his name. A long-timer at Wipro, Mr Ramprasad has built teams with unique skills, passion and commitment. Discovering and creating technology applications and solutions to the various problems faced in this era of massive urbanisation is his hobby. He works closely with Academia on several next generation technology projects and joint researches.

Ramprasad has been part of review panel for global research organization and is a frequent speaker in business and technical forums and has most recently spoken at FT Innovate Summit in Hong Kong in 2014.

Abstract (Disrupting IT Services using AI, Ramprasad K R):

 Like any human being the bots created for it services , interact naturally, learn from experience and assist in resolving problems.        Three case studies  of applying AI  covering service desks, application management and knowledge intensive work flow processes will bring out what is possible now and what the future holds .  


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GANAPATHY SUBRAMANIANGanapathy Subramanian, Sr VP, Analytics, Infosys

Topic: Big Data and open source impact in the Big Data Landscape

Ganapathy Subramanian recently joined Infosys as Vice President – Unit Technology Officer in the Big Data & Analytics unit. He is responsible for the service as well as building the Infosys Information Platform or IIP. IIP is an open source cloud based big data platform that can help customers not only get real time insights, but also real time foresights in their transactional data.

Prior to joining Infosys, Ganapathy was the Global Vice President of the Customer Engagement & Strategic Projects (CE & SP) team in SAP Labs India Bangalore. He was a member of SAP’s extended Global Leadership Team and part of the Global team of Executives at SAP. His main responsibility is towards the development of beautiful applications built on top of SAP’s Technology platform like SAP In-Memory (HANA), Mobile and the cloud. The applications are again being built using Design Thinking methodology. Ganapathy was recognized as “Leader of the Year” as a part of SAP Labs India Annual awards 2013.

Prior to SAP Ganapathy worked as a software Developer at IMR global for a period of 1.5 years. Overall Ganapathy has 16+ years of experience in the IT industry

His Focus areas include Building of Products/Software applications in Big data, SAP In-memory platform and Design Thinking, setting up of high performance organizations, setting up of an Innovation and high result oriented culture within organizations

He has graduated from BITS Pilani, done his MS in software Systems from BITS as well. He holds a diploma in Executive General Management Program from Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore. Ganapathy has done a senior leadership program at Harvard Business School.

Abstract (Big Data and open source impact in the Big Data Landscape, Ganapathy Subramanian):

 Open source technologies in the Big Data space are maturing day by day with powerful new features around scalability, performance and security that are a must for enterprise class solution deployments. With the plethora of development around open source in Big Data and Analytics, and the need from customers towards high performance data warehouses at better prices, Infosys envisages an open source platform with the best of big data and analytics capabilities, running on commodity hardware that can address a diverse set of enterprise use cases across various industries like retail, financial, logistics, healthcare, manufacturing, etc.

However, enterprises continue to face significant challenges in adopting these open source components. The challenge often lies not in the quality of platform offerings, but in its lack of sufficient tooling around packaging, development, administration and monitoring, and a lack of effective integration into organizational processes. Consequently, in the Infosys Information Platform, the open source components are enhanced with additional Infosys IP /Partner IP around tooling and specific packages addressing different business scenarios, thus making it significantly easier for large enterprises to adopt these open source capabilities.


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cohan_pic_48Cohan Sujay Carlos, Founder CEO, Aiaioo Labs

Topic: Applications of Text Analytics to B2B Sales and Marketing

Cohan is the CEO and founder of Aiaioo Labs.  Aiaioo Labs’ research is mainly into natural language processing and machine learning.  He also drives the development of Capsuled AI and NLP based products and applications in the space of digital marketing and B2B sales. As his tagline goes, he is in the business of “Dreaming up the IMPOSSIBLE and Making it HAPPEN!”

Prior to that, Cohan worked on machine learning algorithms and their applications to text and language at various research organizations and startups. His prior stints before starting Aiaioo Labs in 2009 have been with Microsoft, Adap.tv, MobiTV, IBM, Object Technology International, Sun Microsystems among others.

Abstract (Applications of Text Analytics to B2B Sales and Marketing, Cohan Sujay Carlos):

 Developments in the field of natural language processing now allow for the development of tools for B2B digital marketing and online sales that exhibit considerable intelligence and are endowed with the ability to perform tasks that require a human-like understanding of the world. In this talk we explore the benefits of leveraging advances in AI in B2B marketing and the strategic advantages that AI can confer on marketing and sales teams.

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Bindu Pic SmallerBindu Narayan, Strategic Projects (Customer Intelligence) Lead, HP Global Analytics

Topic: Measuring Loyalty Real Time: An HP Case Study

Dr. Bindu Narayan is the Strategic Projects (Customer Intelligence) Lead, at HP Global Analytics. Her responsibilities in the role at HP include Driving high impact initiatives and projects in Customer and Marketing Analytics; Creating next-gen analytical frameworks; Providing thought leadership in next gen analytics around marketing and customer analytics as well as Interacting with academia for project collaborations.

Her prior roles have included Sr Manager at Mu Sigma, Trainer at Mu Sigma, Faculty at School of Communication and Management Studies, Cochin. Bindu has multiple Conference and Journal publications and a Patent Files on “A Text Mining based algorithm to compute Real Time NPS”

She is a Ph.D. (Management) from IIT Madras; MBA (Marketing) from Cochin University of Science and Technology and B.E. (Electronics and Communication) from Kerala University.

Abstract (Measuring Loyalty Real Time: An HP Case Study, Bindu Narayan):

Ever since Fred Reichheld introduced the concept, Net Promoter Score (NPS) has gained much popularity among corporates. Hundreds of companies now use NPS to track customer loyalty, some of the big names being Apple, e-Bay, HP, American Express, BBC. NPS is considered the best proxy for customer loyalty and is derived out of a single question, “How likely is it that you would recommend our company/product/service to a friend or colleague?”. The answer to the NPS question is sought from the customer base through surveys. Most of the organizations do this as an annual ritual. Corporates, however need to check the loyalty of their customer base on an on-going basis. Doing a full-fledged customer survey on a monthly or quarterly basis is cost prohibitive and hence not feasible. We, at HP has developed an alternate method to estimate a proxy NPS using unsolicited responses in the on line space, thereby making measurement of NPS Real Time. I will be taking the audience through the analytical journey that we undertook to develop this solution.


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2015 Spring Information Excellence Summit by informationexcellence
January 12, 2015, 9:05 am
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Dear Information Excellence Professional,

Wishing you a happy and exciting new year ahead.

Information Excellence Group is pleased to announce “Information Excellence Industry Summit”, hosted by IISc Department of Management Studies, in the Satish Dhawan Auditorium, IISc, Bangalore. On Feb 28th (Sat), 2015.

This is the 6th Large Format Practitioner Summit from the Information Excellence Group, with the Unique, Volunteer driven, Professional-Industry-Academia Collaborative, TDWI-DAMA-CSI Collaborated Non-Cash, non-profit, Industry supported and Sponsored Summit (About Information Excellence Group).

As the Data Deluge continues and the trainings and certifications flood the industry and the data science packages soar high; it is apt to look around, keep grounded and get the practical understanding through the practitioner presented case studies.

Information Excellence Group has been exactly about that, and continues its journey towards spreading the clarity and removing the fog of mis-perceptions around the subject.

Please mark your calendar, we look forward to seeing you at the summit.

Registration Link:

The conference is free to attend, thanks to Industry Support. However, registration is essential at the link below. We welcome all practising professionals to attend. We also encourage Academic Faculty to make use of the opportunity.

Please register at: https://ieg2015spring.eventbrite.com

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Speaker Invitations and Speaker Nominations:

Information Excellence Group has always prioritised bringing the best of the cases and speakers from practitioners and industry leaders; with passion and focus in bringing the deep dive cases. Your support and commitment have made the community attach the premium value to the conference. We take pride in having your inputs and proposals towards finalizing conference presentations.

We seek your nominations on expert and eminent speakers and in-depth presentations from the industry and your company. We are focused on having the best of deep dive cases and demos, presented by practitioners and visionary leaders.


Sponsorship Opportunities:

Your support and participation has been a very important factor in the success of building this collaborative community together. The conference needs your support in terms of non-cash sponsorship towards the following:
The volunteer team is busy finalizing the speakers and sessions, and looks forward to your presentation proposals, speaker suggestions and sponsorship offers.

Please note, the Speaker Nomination and Selection is independent of the Sponsorship Offer and Reach-out.


Please reach out to us at informationexcellence@compegence.com and informationexcellencegroup@gmail.com or to any of the volunteers

Please do reach out to us for any additional information you need, and questions you may have.

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From the Information Excellence Volunteer Team

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Chid: chid.kollengode@gmail.com
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Nagaraj: Nagaraj.Kulkarni@gmail.com
Neerav: n_k_joshipura@hotmail.com
RR: raghavendra.rr.rao@oracle.com
Venu: venugopal.krishnan@gmail.com

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