Teradata Is Sponsor of the Fifth International Conference on Fuzzy and Neural Computing (FANCCO 2015)
Teradata announces an startegic ally with the Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology (IDRBT). Established by Reserve Bank of India(RBI), the affluent research institute is sponsoring the Fifth International Conference on Fuzzy and Neural Computing (FANCCO 2015) which is being organized by IDRBT between 17-19 December, 2015 in Hyderabad.
Teradata is the silver sponsor at FANCCO 2015, because the company thinks the conference provides a great platform to showcase and share ideas on how big data analytics can help in achieving business growth.
“We have been working with IDRBT through 2015 and believe that FANCCO 2015 is a brilliant forum that attracts knowledgeable and skilled resources with extensive domain and technical knowledge from across the banking industry. At the conference we will be showcasing big data analytics demos and use cases on how to effectively use data to gain competitive advantage,” said Sunil Jose, Managing Director, Teradata India.
The disruptive event is known congregate researchers from academia and the banking industry to report and review the latest cutting edge research made in the areas of fuzzy computing, neuro computing and hybrid neuro-fuzzy computing.
Commenting on the startegic partnership of Teradata India and IDRBT, Dr. Vadlamani Ravi, Professor, Head- Center of Excellence in Analytics and PhD Coordinator at IDRBT cited, “The Center of Excellence in Analytics at IDRBT has been evangelizing Analytical CRM in a big way in the Indian Banking industry for the last five and a half years. Teradata, represented by its committed and knowledgeable professionals, has been participating and delivering lectures to the banking community in the areas of EDW, Structured and Unstructured Data Analytics as applied to solve business problems in the BFSI sector.”
The conference will be attended by technology leaders, managers, solution architects, academics and researchers from various universities, and practitioners from across multiple industry verticals.
The conference also raises awareness among a wider audience including researchers, academics and practitioners.
The conference aims to explore new application areas and to design novel hybrid algorithms for solving real-world application problems. The conference also raises awareness among a wider audience including researchers, academics and practitioners.
In recent years, advances have been made with instrumentation of devices and their pervasive connectivity. However, even the most technology-savvy organizations recognize that extracting value from data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT) is a difficult, skills-intensive process. Even more difficult is integrating the IoT data with business operations and human behavioral data.
To respond to these challenges, Teradata’s latest software addressing IoT data eliminates complexity and latency, while providing organizations with entirely new capabilities to combine IoT data with business operations and human behavioral data and thereby maximize analytic value.