ADP's Jack Berkowitz is the second speaker taking part in the Stillman School's Distinguished Business Analytics Lecture Series. He is the senior vice president, product development for DataCloud at ADP, a global leader of cloud-based human capital management and a regular on FORTUNE's list of "the world's most admired companies."
A strong product management professional, Berkowitz has extensive experience in software and information systems development, enterprise software, and business analytics. His presentation titled, "People Data: Corporate, Economic and National Interests" will focus on how analytics, the latest innovations in machine learning, and collection methods can be used to power a company's talent strategy and competitive differentiation. He will also discuss use of analytics to provide market insights and to help the nation during times of crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
When: Wednesday, October 21, 2020
6:30 - 7:30 p.m. ET
There is no cost to attend the session. The virtual lecture is hosted on Microsoft Teams.
Due in part to the inaccessibility and mistrust of their data many companies are "flying blind" in terms of accessing and understanding vital data about their own workforce. This is a major pain point we often hear because it serves as a barrier for organizations to get the intelligence necessary from their data to design a more effective workplace. We evolved ADP DataCloud in an effort to help solve for that challenge and allow business leaders and HR managers to make more informed and efficient decisions that directly impact the bottom line.
Prior to ADP, Berkowitz was the VP of Products and Data Science & Oracle Adaptive Intelligence for Oracle. He held this position for nearly seven years, leading product strategy, management and data science for Oracle's data driven cloud applications, combining data science, web-scale data assets, and enterprise application data into targeted intelligent systems.
Berkowitz has delivered solutions with a wide range of Global 50 clients from Financial Services, Consumer Web, and Healthcare. He has an M.S. in industrial and systems engineering from Virginia Tech and a B.A. in psychology from the College of William and Mary.
Don't miss this informative second event in the Distinguished Business Analytics Lecture Series. The first lecture, which took place in September featured Marc Rind, vice president, Software Development for Data and Analytics at Fiserv. The third and final event will take place on Wednesday, December 9, and will feature, Maria Macuare, vice president, Data and Analytics at Campbell Soup Company. Macuare’s presentation is titled, “An Unconventional Path to Data Science.”