Predictive Analytics: Basing Today's Decisions on Tomorrow's Behaviors
Thanks to CCG BI, we will be having our next ASBI meeting at the Atlanta Tech Village on 3/9 from 6-8PM.
Our discussion will center around predictive analytics: Defining what predictive analytics is, how it's being used, what it means for the future, etc.
Although I'm still confirming speakers (and you'll be very impressed by the people we have participating), currently I have David Ediger, Georgia Tech Research Institute, and Andrew Badstubner, Amplify Technology Group, confirmed as panelists.
This is going to be an amazing, lively discussion, so you definitely want to make sure you register.
Even better news: We have space for 150 people--the biggest space yet, so tell your friends, coworkers, managers, baristas--just tell everyone--to register right here on Meetup!
About our panelists:
David Ediger, Research Engineer, GTRI
David is a Research Engineer with the Information and Communications Lab at the Georgia Tech Research Institute. His research includes high performance computing, graph analytics, business intelligence, and IoT applications.
Andrew Badstubner, Founder/CEO Amplify Technology Group
Andrew is a technology management, software development and product engineering executive with more than 18 years’ experience. He has been instrumental in building product development departments, directing technology implementations, developing business-automation strategies, and cultivating high-functioning teams. Andrew has leadership experience in pre-IPO, public and private equity-backed companies.
Before founding Amplify Technology Group, Mr. Badstubner most recently served as the Chief Technology Officer for Kabbage, Inc., where he was responsible for building and running Kabbage’s next-generation financial integration and decision platform, in addition to all internal technology concerns. Kabbage has been recognized as a one of Forbes' "America's 100 Most Promising Companies", one of FastCompany’s "Most Innovative Companies in Finance", a member of the Inc. 500 and as one of the best places to work in Atlanta.
In previous roles, he has led both internal and external product development, automation, operations and typical enterprise software implementation teams. Andrew was VP of Product Development at ista North America, a SaaS provider of customer information systems for the competitive energy industry. He also held several leadership positions at Cbeyond, Inc., joining the company before it had revenue, participating as a member of the technology leadership team through the IPO, and leaving the company when it had $450MM in annual revenues.
Andy earned a B.S. in Finance from Binghamton University and a MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Thank you again to CCG BI!