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A look back at 2018

Program overview

Morning Keynote Dr. Stefan Cronjaeger, Microsoft: Real-world AI: Artificial intelligence at a distance from media hype - use cases, trends and comparisons from practice?

loT & CloudCustomer lntelligence &
Realtime lnteraction 
Data Science &
Data Visualization
Big Data

Karsten Maduch, BSH Hausgeräte
Development of a Big Data competence center and expansion of customer understanding of networked household appliances 

Dr. Jan Wind, dataqube (Klingel Gruppe)
Dynamic Vouchering - wie Klingel with real-time personalization increases sales
Alexander Schubert, ProSiebenSat.1 Digital
Realtime Analytics - is it even worth the effort?
Wolfgang Nitsche, Schott
High Performance Reporting crystal clear. Live Demo: group reorting at Schott AG
Marc Lenz, car2go Deutschland
Added value from microservices - Streaming data for analysis and product development
Verena Hoffmann, Alexej Antropov, limango
Cross-Channel CRM @ limango 
Maisie Mahoney, Merck
Ensemble Learning: Merck's process for breaking down silos and building community in data science
Michael Kämpf, Die Mobiliar Schweiz
Better is the enemy of good
Marko Ochs, Messe Frankfurt Venue
Digital frequency measurements at trade fairs - how cleaning resources in sanitary facilities can be optimized by tracking solutions
Anshul Kudal, Smart Notifications
Smart Notifications - The only Notification Platform which uses Machine Learning to predict the best Moment to engage users
Roman Egli, Swisscom (Schweiz) 
Swisscom IPTV Analytics - a data-driven success story
Dr. Daniel Bast, Adidas
From monolithic Hadoop cluster to scalable on-demand systems

Dr. Gernot Schreib, Audi
MetaDataWIKI: Knowledge management in the DWH - impact analyses and more

Ulf Mennssen, Kristiane Burg, NetCologne
Efficient use of marketing automation: existing customer marketing 2.0. at NetCologne
Fabian Kaske, Dr. Kaske
360° E-Commerce Monitoring: Next Level Insights with BI
Peter Philipp, amedes
Development of a BI ecosystem and use of its potential for the operationalisation of genome analyses

Thorsten Kühlmeyer, Telefónica Germany
We read the wishes from the data - the importance of Analytics and Artificial Intelligence at Telefónica Germany

Filippo Scanzano, CTS EVENTIM
Data-based products and services fr B2B customers in liver entertainment
Andreas Ketschmer, PAYBACK
Search- & Al-Driven Analytics - PAYBACK takes the path to a data-driven organisation with ThoughtSpot
Dr. Frank Alexander Natter, KfW Bankengruppe
Implementation of a Shopping for Data approach by combining data requirements management with a company-wide business glossary

Afternoon Keynote Sascha Lobo: About machines and people. The radical nature of digitization – how an abundance of sensors, platforms and artificial intelligence are changing the world

 

Workshops

Florian von Bracht, Apteco Dr. Wolfgang Leußer, b.telligent
Marketing Automation: Architecture, large data sets and marketing use cases - experience them live
Christian Herzog, QLIK
Self - Service BI - Creation of a dashboard
Marc van der Heijden, WhereScap
'A year's worth of data integration in a week'
- how to achieve results like these with data warehouse automation
Frank Hereygers, Cloudera
Machine Learning and Data Science in the company

 

Our 2018 speakers

The exhibitors and topics in focus

A vendor exhibition in the foyer showed which market-leading companies b.telligent works with and which solutions the BI experts recommend to their customers. These were the topics the exhibitors presented at the BI Congress 2018:

 

Keynotes aus 2018

Dr. Stefan Cronjäger

Real-world AI: Artificial intelligence at a distance from media hype - use cases, trends and comparisons from practice?


But what do AI and machine learning mean in practice? What are the actual and current use cases beyond all those envisaged? What are the trends in AI? Are there differences between countries, and why? Questions which can be answered well with an extensive repertoire of national and international AI projects. Mr. Stefan Cronjäger provided an overview of use cases, technologies and methodologies from his daily work. Describing typical project chronologies, the speaker shared the highlights and setbacks which shaped his path as a data scientist. AI is multifaceted, develops very dynamically, and is relevant to almost all business areas even without the help of media hype.

Sascha Lobo

About machines and people. The radical nature of digitization – how an abundance of sensors, platforms and artificial intelligence are changing the world

Everyone senses it, hardly anyone talks about it – digitization has a flip side, where recurring, recognizable patterns first change society and then have a huge impact on the economy. The progress of technology is only one aspect, in addition to the change in the behaviour of many people and, above all, the dynamics of expectations. Hardly any development in the digital world is as relentless as customer expectations, this applying to B2B as well as B2C. Sascha Lobo explains the described patterns, the backgrounds and the relationships – and what we need to know about digitization in order to understand the world.

 

Premium Partner 2018

Apteco
cloudera
CrossEngage
EXASOL
Longview
Microsoft
panadress
WhereScape
Synabi Business Solutions
Qlik
Uniserv