Hitachi Vantara spearheads virtual roundtable in modern DataOps

Hitachi’s Chief Solution Architect Seng Joo, Lim will open the first speaking session.

Digital technology expert Hitachi Vantara is leading a virtual roundtable, partnership with Asian Banking and Finance, to talk about the rapid rise of digitalization and how banks should unlock the value of data to compete in a challenging market.

The roundtable will see technology chiefs, digital banking and analytics experts and other industry leaders come together to hear from other experts about data management and value identification.

Banks are under tremendous pressure to up the ante to compete with various fintechs who have grown wise at how to leverage data to fill in the gaps left by traditional banks weighed down by legacy technology.

Opening the speaking session on DataOps is Seng Joo, Lim chief solution architect for business intelligence, IoT, big data, data analytics, data science and data catalogue solutions at Hitachi Vantara Asia Pacific. He has over 20 years of diverse experience in pre/post sales solution architecting, customer/partners engagement, program/project management and service delivery. 

The virtual roundtable will commence on 2 December 2021, 4PM SGT. For more details please visit the event webpage.

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