Esri Joins CDO Summit New York 2018 Conference

Esri’s Urban Analytics Expert Amen Ra Mashariki to Share Location-Based Data Strategies for Smart Cities

May 24, 2018

Amen Ra Mashariki, Urban Analytics Lead, Esri

Redlands, California—Esri, the global leader in spatial analytics, will join this year's CDO (Chief Data Officer) Summit New York conference, to be held May 30, 2018. Amen Ra Mashariki, Esri’s Urban Analytics Lead and former Chief Analytics Officer of New York City joins some of the best digital strategists and practitioners to discuss how Esri’s mapping and spatial analytics technology can help Chief Data Officers.

The CDO Summit is run by The CDO Club, the world’s largest and most powerful community of C-suite digital leaders.The Summit addresses the challenges and opportunities arising from big data, the Cloud, digital disruption and social and mobile media. As cities everywhere are implementing these innovations, they need strong data teams which begin with a good CDO. You can’t pull great answers out of poorly organized data. A CDO makes sure that this data fits the organization and is readily accessible to those searching for answers to urgent problems. Esri’s ArcGIS can help CDOs address these challenges and help cut across departmental lines for wider data sharing.

WHO:

Amen Ra Mashariki
Urban Analytics Lead, Esri

WHAT:

Moving Towards a Smarter City With Urban Analytics
Government leaders are interested in positive outcomes for their communities, including becoming economically vibrant, safer, and more sustainable. Learn how urban analytics, the combination of location intelligence and data science, can help data-driven decision-makers realize these goals through The Science of Where.

WHERE:

Columbia University
Alfred Lerner Hall
Arledge Auditorium
2920 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

WHEN:

Wednesday, May 30, 3:45-4:15 p.m.

LEARN MORE:

go.esri.com/esricdo

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