Though data is destiny, success is far from inevitable. It’s easy to see that there are huge opportunities in data, but it’s hard to assess them and turn them into successful new data products. That's because data is different – it has its own application, business, content and distribution processes. At DataContent13 we’ll examine them all and identify best practices and trends, providing you with an insider’s view of what’s working and where things are heading.

Save the Date: for DataContent 2013 - October 15-17, in Philadelphia.


Wed, 30 Oct 2013 19:30
Asked at the end of DataContent 2013 what he saw as the themes, Russell Perkins, head of InfoCommerce, answered speed and velocity—not only the “push on getting out only top quality information but doing it faster than ever. We knew it was like that in financial but to hear it on all different verticals [is [Read More]

Fri, 25 Oct 2013 21:10
Guest post by: Jon Cooper In the Measuring the Unmeasured session, attendees of DataContent 2013 got to spend some time with companies built around gathering and exploiting data in areas largely overlooked by quantitative analysis, where assumptions were tolerated in the absence of information and where big data could suddenly illuminate the reality of consumer [Read More]

Fri, 25 Oct 2013 21:10
Guest post by: Jon Cooper DataContent 2013 featured a fascinating look at two companies operating in neo-finance – student scholarships and small business loans – who make the case that their niche has huge potential that can only be tapped with the aid of the current generation of high-speed data systems and analytics. And perhaps [Read More]

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