27 April 2020
MHR Analytics has made the decision to reschedule its 2020 Summit to November this year as a result of the pandemic, featuring the latest learnings in the world of analytics, data and artificial intelligence.
On 14 May, MHR Analytics will be running a Virtual Summit that will explore trends and best practices in data analytics and AI-driven financial planning, with real business case scenarios.
This is in advance of the highly anticipated annual Summit, to be staged on 26 November at London’s prestigious St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in November.
Nick Felton, MHR Analytics Senior Vice President, said: “Our postponed Summit in November promises to be bigger and better than ever, building on the popularly of the event in recent years, and with an exciting line up of speakers and workshops showcasing the best of what our sector has to offer.”
“So that our guests don’t have to wait until November, we’re excited to offer our Virtual Summit in May, in which the MHR Analytics team of experts will guide the audience through simulated business scenarios. They will show how the various disciplines of analytics can support organisations to compete in today’s changing world.”
“Adversity has driven fresh thinking and approaches to technology which presents interesting insights for finance and accounting professionals as well as business analysts in any organisation wishing to better harness its data for business success.”
Presenters Jason Barber, Andy Skinner, Matt Mumford and Mark White, with over 50 years of combined analytics expertise, will share winning data strategies that will help guests excel their business functions and propel productivity.
The MHR Analytics Virtual Summit is in addition to a series of educational webinars that will be hosted by the company, to share skills and knowledge about harnessing analytics to navigate the current unpredictable business environment.
For the latest on MHR Analytics’ webinars and events, and to register to attend, visit https://www.mhranalytics.com/events/
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