November 30, 2021

data, the driving force behind the company’s efficiency

Strategy

Romain Tals (right, Data Manager, DINUM) was the Key Witness of the morning (here with journalists Aurlie Chandeze and Bertrand Lemaire).


On November 16, 2021, CIO released the CIO Data Driven experiences: the deal, the company’s efficiency engine in the form of a webconfrence carried out in partnership with Alteryx, Inmac Wstore / VMware, Microstrategy, Nutanix, Precisely, Pure Storage and Sinequa.

publishedThe data heritage of organizations is of interest only through the ability thus offered to steer each organization. For each company or administration, it is a question of being data driven, managed according to what the data provides as information. To take stock of this subject and highlight best practices, CIO organized the CIO Data Driven Experiences: Data Driven Efficiency for the Company was carried out in partnership with Alteryx, Inmac Wstore / VMware, Microstrategy , Nutanix, Precisely, Pure Storage and Sinequa. Broadcast on November 16, 2021, this webconference allowed to hear the testimonies of Gatan Belbeoc’h (Head of digital experience, Adeo), Mikal Elbaz (Partner Data Analytics, Mazars), Maxime Havez (Head of Innovation and Artificial Intelligence, Crdit Mutuel Arka), Aline Leganne (Head of customer financial management, ENI Gaz & Power France) and Romain Tals (Head of data, DINUM, Interministerial Department of Digital). Finally, in partnership with MyFrenchStartUp, Marine Pergeaux, Marketing Director of CamileIA, presented this start-up.

Key witness of the morning, Romain Tals (Head of data, DINUM, Interministerial Department of Digital) accompanied the entire webconference. He has in particular how the results of the study Putting data at the service of the business strategy carried out upstream by CIO. The morning was moderated by Jacques Cheminat (editor-in-chief of Le Monde Informatique), Aurlie Chandeze (deputy editor-in-chief of CIO) and Bertrand Lemaire (editor-in-chief of CIO). The full replay of the webconference is available here.


The 3 levers for the success of your analytical project … by example were presented by Henri-Franois Chadeisson, European Presales Director of MicroStrategy (right) and Jean-Philippe Nagel, Country Manager of MicroStrategy France, Belgium and Luxembourg (left), interviewed by Aurlie Chandeze, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of CIO.

The first experts to speak on this morning, Henri-Franois Chadeisson, European Pre-Sales Director of MicroStrategy and Jean-Philippe Nagel, Country Manager of MicroStrategy France, Belgium and Luxembourg, returned to the conditions for the success of an analytical project at the time. that many companies are overwhelmed by the number of tools. The consequence is a non-use of tools or too long deadlines in the provision of up-to-date data, denounced Jean-Philippe Nagel before presenting the solutions and best practices in his intervention.

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How can access to data in the company still be a subject in 2021? asked Luc Manigot, Director of Operations at Sinequa.

Before even processing the data, it must be accessed. This was the problem addressed by the following expert, Luc Manigot, Director of Operations at Sinequa. Because if any individual can go to Google and generally find answers to their questions on general public subjects, the situation is very different in companies. For Luc Manigot, it is unacceptable, in 2021, that the user experience in a company does not match the experience of a user of an Internet search engine. Of course, he provided solutions in his speech.


Gatan Belbeoc’h, head of the digital experience at Adeo, explained how Adeo collects, makes reliable and distributes the right data at the right time.

The Adeo group (Leroy-Merlin, Bricoman …) is a distributor specializing in home improvement. The products distributed are very diverse with associated data also very heterogeneous. This results in particular difficulties which have been dealt with by Adeo, as explained by Gatan Belbeoc’h, head of the digital experience at Adeo, in his testimony.


How to guarantee the precision, consistency and contextualization of your data? asked Eric Hubert, Solutions Consultant at Precisely.

To be data driven, we must guarantee the precision, consistency and contextualization of the data. That was the meaning of the intervention of Eric Hubert, Solutions Consultant at Precisely. In terms of data too, we must rely on solid foundations, he insisted.


Mikal Elbaz, Partner Data Analytics at Mazars, detailed how Mazars uses data to carry out its audit assignments.

If there is one mission that relies on and consumes large amounts of data, it is indeed corporate auditing, the business of Mazars. But how to practice concretely, with what tools and what methods? Mikal Elbaz, Partner Data Analytics at Mazars, testified.


Choosing the right infrastructure platform to accommodate your data advised Mikael Tissandier, HCI and multi-cloud offer manager at VMware (right), and Lionel Audras, Infrastructure & Security Solutions manager at Inmac Wstore (left), interviewed by Jacques Cheminat, editor in chief of the Computer World.

The data, to be processed, must also benefit from adequate infrastructures. It is on this point that the joint intervention of Mikael Tissandier, head of HCI and multi-cloud offerings at VMware, and Lionel Audras, head of Infrastructure & Security Solutions at Inmac Wstore. The data must be secure and available, in particular, Lionel Audras reminds us.


Key witness of the morning, Romain Tals, Data Manager at DINUM (Interministerial Directorate for Numbers), detailed the State’s data policy in the service of citizens.

The Great Witness of the morning was Romain Tals, Data Manager at DINUM (Interministerial Directorate for Numbers). His testimony was the opportunity to come back to the State’s data policy and how administrations put data at the service of citizens and businesses. In particular, he made explicit the importance of open data.


Managing the deal: how to inject more agility into it 頻 explained Gabriel Ferreira, Director Systems Engineering at Pure Storage.

In terms of data, as in other areas of IT, companies need ever more agility. It is on this precise point that Gabriel Ferreira, Director Systems Engineering at Pure Storage, spoke. Because, as he recalled, the Covid-19 health crisis required companies to be even more agile to adapt to the upheavals caused.


Aline Leganne, customer financial management manager at ENI Gaz & Power France, testified to her experience feedback on how to collaborate around the situation.

In addition to agility, good use of the data heritage requires genuine collaboration between the various users and contributors of this data. Aline Leganne, customer financial management manager at ENI Gaz & Power France, testified.


Aligning its infrastructures with its Data strategy to better serve the businesses, argued Christophe Bardy, Solution Strategist at Nutanix.

The infrastructure implemented to store and process data is obviously a fundamental element of success in data projects. Christophe Bardy, Solution Strategist at Nutanix recalled this in his speech. The first challenge remains that of the volume of data, he recalled.


Maxime Havez, Innovation and Artificial Intelligence Manager at Crdit Mutuel Arka, testified on how to go further with the deal thanks to AI.

Another challenge is to exploit the data in a more advanced way than with traditional methods. Maxime Havez, Innovation and Artificial Intelligence Manager at Crdit Mutuel Arka, returned in his testimony to the importance of AI.


How Roquette uses Alteryx to accelerate its Data Science projects was presented by Pierre-Louis Bescond, Head of Data Science of the Roquette Group.

Testifying at the invitation of Alteryx, Pierre-Louis Bescond, Head of Data Science of the Roquette Group, returned to the importance of data in a sector which, however, is not spontaneously cited among those who use it. important. The Roquette group is indeed a family industrial company that supplies ingredients to a wide variety of sectors from the processing of various plants (wheat, potatoes, peas, etc.). We serve very demanding sectors and we therefore require important data for optimization and traceability, including regulatory ones, he recalled.


In partnership with MyFrenchStartUp, Marine Pergeaux, Marketing Director of CamileIA, presented this start-up which puts the data at the service of the real estate trades.

To end the morning, in partnership with MyFrenchStartUp, Marine Pergeaux, Marketing Director of CamileIA, presented this start-up, which puts the deal at the service of the real estate trades, during her speech.

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