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Scaling Data Science At Your Organization - Part 2

The intersection of emerging technologies like cloud computing, big data, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things (IoT) has made digital transformation a central feature of most organizations’ short-term and long-term strategies. However, data is at the heart of digital transformation, enabling the capacity to accelerate it and reap its rewards ahead of the competition. Thus, having a scalable and inclusive data strategy is foundational to successful digital transformation programs. In this series of webinars, DataCamp’s Vice President of Product Research Ramnath Vaidyanathan will go over our IPTOP framework (Infrastructure, People, Tools, Organization and Processes) for building data strategies and systematically scaling data science within an organization. This session specifically focuses on how scaling and democratizing data science relies on an array of infrastructure and tools with best-practices in implementation.

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Adel Nehme

Data Science Evangelist at DataCamp

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Ramnath Vaidyanathan

VP Product Research at DataCamp

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