Aegis School of Data Science presents Aegis People Analytics Conference 2019

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Data scienceAegis School of Data Science presents Aegis People Analytics Conference (APAC) 2019 scheduled on 26th April 2019 at Four Points by Sheraton, Vashi, Navi Mumbai with an attempt to create a new era of learning and understand that in turn will pave way to a deeper understanding and better development to advance people analytics practice in the HR industry.

A recent LinkedIn research report states 77 percent increase in specialized analytics professionals in Human Resource in India. With APAC 2019, HR leaders can now turn to analytics to answer critical questions about workforce planning, skills gap, employee retention, and more, in order to enhance the sector.

At the conference, tech demo will showcase innovations and advancements, that different companies have made for the betterment of your organization and how these innovations can help you change the design of your company in a positive way.

APAC 19 is an hub for HR community by experts across sectors as industry veterans will address benefits of people analytics in organizations with a healthy discussion between domain leaders such as Dr. Abhijit Gangopadhyay, Dean, Aegis School of Data Science (Opening Address), Courtney Mcmahon, Head Global People Analytics, AIG (Keynote Speaker), followed by panel discussions from various other speakers such as Alan Sumano, People Analytics Director, SE, Bhupesh Daheria, CEO, Aegis School of Data Science, Mahipal Nair, CHRO South Asia, Nielsen, Nasir Shaikh, VP & Head HR, Atos India, Rajeswari Aradhyula, CPO, Fractal Analytics, Rohit Singla, President, Sapience Analytics on different topics which are highly relevant in the HR world.

APAC 19 is a platform that will offer communication with the experts in the industry and share insights on the developments in the sector.

Mr. Bhupesh Daheria CEO, Aegis School of Data Science added, “It is a great opportunity for the HR fraternity, who are interested in how data and analytics will influence and progress the workforce. I believe that this is the right platform to engage with HR business professionals and help them understand and learn under the guidance of industry experts. In coming years we know that AI and people analytics will disrupt the industry and have a lot of potential to change the way a workforce functions in terms of its planning, skills gap, employee retention, and more.. At the end of the conference, we hope that everyone will have something to take back with themselves which will help them in their respective organization.”

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