Webinar: Data Can Fuel Digital Transformation. Are You Ready?
Wouldn’t it be great if the maintenance records of a product could help improve the next version of that product? What if your company could tune in to social media channels to hear what customers are saying about your products? That information can be usable data – but how? Data comes from everywhere—both inside and outside the organization. It’s not just customer feedback and social media, either, but emails from co-workers, CAD files, feedback from manufacturing and from up and down the supply chain.

How do companies handle all this data?

We asked thousands of engineers if and how their organizations manage data to ensure a digital data stream throughout the product life cycle.

Join us in this webinar, and here’s a sample of what you will learn:

  • What the best practices are in big data management.
  • How companies pass data between various sources and applications.
  • Technologies and tools being used to manage the flood of data – and use it effectively.
  • Are other companies racing ahead with leading edge technology such as AI and machine learning, the cloud and digital twins?

Kirk Carlsen
Kirk is a product marketing manager for Product Lifecycle Management Cloud applications at Oracle. Kirk helps customers understand how they can successfully meet customer expectations by utilizing digitally transformative technologies to drive product innovation and streamline commercialization. Before Oracle, Kirk spent a decade as a professional athlete where he led multiple teams in international competition and won the United States National Championships. His experience in sport allowed him to effectively collaborate directly with top CEOs and business leaders to build meaningful personal relationships and networks.

Roopinder Tara
Roopinder is director of content for ENGINEERING.com. He has been into CAD, CAM and CAE for his entire professional life—as an engineer, CAD manager, professor and publisher. He has written extensively on the subject. He has degrees in mechanical engineering and engineering science (Penn State) and has been certified as a professional engineer. He also rides a bike – though not as well as Kirk.

This webinar is sponsored by Oracle. To watch, please complete the form on this page.