Savvior and Citrine will be co-keynoting “The Compounding Challenge of Enterprise Visibility” at the Pittsburgh Technology Council “I Love it When You Call Me Big Data” event on January 24th, 2017 at the Marriott City Center.

Senior executives, Savvior Vice President Christopher R. Evans and Citrine Vice President Doug Ramsey, will be discussing how millions of dollars and countless hours of human capital are squandered each year because data is trapped in various, disparate silos, spreadsheets, and employees minds.Even the strongest companies risk being eclipsed by the competition, and delaying business-growing innovation when the left hand and right hand aren't aware of each other's efforts.

Savvior and Citrine have created two platforms, Savvior’s OmniView™ and Citrine’s Citrination™, which address Big Data challenges faced by large enterprises in separate, but incredibly powerful, complementary ways.

Enterprise visibility problems which have existed for decades are solved by organizing diverse data repositories and applying Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to turn data into decisions. 

Savvior's OmniView™ Framework is the first-and-only "Wikipedia for the Enterprise", resolving the enterprise-wide challenge of knowledge management across disparate corporate functions, from accounting to management to customer relations. OmniView™ builds bridges between teams, and teases out important insights and mission-critical intelligence to improve overall efficiency and competitiveness. 

Citrine's Citrination Enterprise Platform focuses on materials discovery, processing, and application for R&D, Design, and Manufacturing organizations.  The Citrination Platform hosts the world's largest repository of material properties and helps users organize and connect their proprietary data to this repository to speed time to discovery and collapse design and manufacturing challenges. 

In “The Compounding Challenge of Enterprise Visibility”, guests will learn how machine learning tools are leveraged to mine customer data, connect disparate teams and operations, to drive action and improve performance. Evans and Ramsey will showcase how it solves even the most complex challenges of knowledge management, and how they are working in global organizations. Learn more about the event, and plan to join us! 

 

About the presenters:

Christopher R. Evans | Vice President, Savvior

Christopher has 20 years of executive leadership experience within start-ups and Fortune 1000s in branding, business development, marketing, and sales management. He serves as Vice President of Sales and Chief Marketing Officer at application engineering and data integration firm Savvior. Christopher is also host of the popular broadcast show "Coffee With...™" on CBS®, Chairman of Membership for BlueTree Allied Angels, the region's largest angel investment group, and a member of the board at MIT Enterprise Forum Pittsburgh.

Prior to joining Savvior, Christopher held senior roles at industry leaders including iGATE, Mastech, and PNC, and was a co-founder of CRM start-up Blue Hammock, where he helped lead a $1.5M initial angel fundraising round, build into a recognized leader in the space, and later exit via acquisition. Christopher was a co-founder of Mastech’s award-winning subsidiary startup RPOWorldwide, and instrumental in the spin-out of Mastech from iGATE Corporation. In addition to being a multi-million dollar sales producer in each of his sales leadership capacities, he's led award-winning brands, including recognition as a Pittsburgh Technology Council ‘Tech50 Finalist’ in 2016, and 2013, and a Tech50 Winner in 2012, HROToday's '2007 Emerging Market Leader', and '2008 Relationship of the Year'. Christopher also serves as an adviser to a number of early-stage companies in the Pittsburgh region.

Douglas Ramsey | Vice President of Business Development, Citrine

Douglas Ramsey is a recognized expert with over 20 years of experience in the materials and advanced manufacturing fields with a focus on the defense, aerospace, energy, and information technology sectors.  Doug’s experience includes supporting corporate and government customers in the US, Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Taiwan, and Germany.  More recently, Doug has served as a member of the White House’s Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (AMP 2.0) and as the Oakridge National Laboratory's Technologist-In-Residence at Alcoa.

Doug is also very active in supporting public-private partners in the US and overseas and recently served as the first Chairman of the Industrial Control Board for LIFT in Detroit, MI.  Doug has a master’s degree in Economics and Strategic Studies from University of Wales, Aberystwyth in the UK and is fluent in English and Japanese.
 

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