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Perscio is ALL-in at Indy Big Data Conference

With just over three weeks to go, we are fully immersed in planning out our agenda for the Indy Big Data conference that’s being held at the convention center on May 7th. If you aren’t familiar with the event, you should know that it’s THE place to be to see how businesses around the Circle City are looking to Big Data to increase their profits.

Perscio will be present in full force. Our geeks, suits and marketing folks will be represented because we all eat this stuff up! We are hosting a booth where we will be sharing some samples of our work and hoping to meet lots of people. No doubt you’ll enjoy meeting our team. But, if our good looks and charm aren’t a big enough draw, perhaps you’ll stop by for a chance to win our HIGHLY VALUABLE GIVE-AWAY PRIZE! (Hint: think new and exciting technology.)

After meeting us, we think you’ll want to know more about our methodology. So, we are hosting a 3 hour training session called “Are You Asking the Right Questions of Big Data?” At Perscio, we believe that you can’t find the answers you want without asking the right questions. Our session will focus on developing the right questions that will unlock the real potential of Big Data for your organization. Data analysis can unpack lots of information and answers, but it’s not helpful unless it’s targeted to answer the most important questions you have. Register for the mini-course to learn how to ask the right questions of your data – which will lead  you to answers that have value.

When we’re not at our booth or leading our training session, we will be looking for opportunities to network. We want to know what everyone else in this talented Big Data community is up to. Let’s find one another and see how we can work together to bring the benefits of Big Data to Indianapolis.