Virtual Roundtable:
CFO strategies for bringing order to the data chaos

According to a 2021 IDC study, 94% of business, IT and digital leaders agree that data analytics is important to stay relevant and competitive. However, in Asia-Pacific only 19% of companies are proficient in the use of analytics.

Hurdles to better use of data and analytics tools come down to difficulty in using the tools, a lack of data literacy, lineage and integrity, and the proliferation of unmanaged tools.

This 21 October 2021 we have invited a select group of finance executives to discuss how to bring order to ongoing data chaos, achieve the promised benefits of data and analytics, enhance the value of finance to the business, and improve your business’ competitive resilience.

The virtual, but interactive, roundtable will address issues including:

  • Bringing calm into the complexity of analytics and data products (analytics automation)
  • Recognizing where your organisation is in the analytics maturity journey and uplifting everyone to the same level
  • Developing a unified approach to analytics


Join me this 21 October and let us together bring order into our data and analytics strategy, to achieve the ROIs promised to us at the start of our transformation journey.

Event Rundown
Time Agenda
10:00 Introduction

Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY
10:10 Welcome Remarks

Suganthi Shivkumar, Vice President, Alteryx
10:20 Roundtable Discussion

IDC APAC survey reveals that 94% of line of business (LoB), IT, and digital transformation (DX) leaders agree that data analytics are important for their organizations, or their areas to stay performant. However, only 19% of Asia Pacific companies feel that they are analytics experts.
11:15 Wrap Up

Suganthi Shivkumar, Vice President, Alteryx
11:25 Closing Remarks

Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY
11:30 End of Event

* Agenda is subject to changes

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21 October 2021, Thursday
10:00AM – 11:30AM (GMT +8)
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