JMP Roundtable Discussion

Gaining innovation momentum through data analytics

Date: 26 September 2019
Time: 10:00-11:00 BST/11:00-12:00 CEST
Location: online
Registration: free

With the advent of big data, IoT and Industry 4.0, are innovative industries taking advantage of the data available to them? Are you using analytics to counteract the challenges you face and drive momentum in a robust and scalable way? How can businesses unlock access to data hidden in existing systems and provide the right environment for effective data analysis – creating the momentum for success?

We are bringing together Stan Higgins OBE and key industry figures in a round table discussion to explore these issues and ways to overcome them. Register below to join the live streaming of the event:

  • Learn from business leaders at different stages of their analytics journeys
  • Hear about best practice approaches 
  • Submit your questions and be part of the conversation

Register to attend the event online

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Julia O'Neill
Stan Higgins

Dr Stan Higgins OBE is a business and technical consultant with 48 years’ experience in process industries. He was chief executive of the North East Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC) from 2003 until his retirement in 2017 and received the OBE (Order of the British Empire) in 2018 for services to the chemical process industry. He has worked to promote all parts of the UK’s chemical process manufacturing industry including chemicals, polymers, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology.

Ian Cox
Malcolm Moore

Malcolm Moore, PhD, is JMP European Technical Manager. An expert in design of experiments, Moore worked at Light Pharma, BBN and Astra Zeneca and lectured in medical statistics at Newcastle University prior to joining JMP.

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