Session Outline

The core of any digital transformation is built to be based on a powerful data platform that supports faster digitization through data driven culture behavior. Modern data platforms or data lakehouses give that power of getting the true value of data by increasing customer experience depending on Analytics and more into Machine Learning customer behavior analysis. A journey of a Data Driven from descriptive analysis to prescriptive analysis.

Key Takeaways

  • Modern Data Management
  • Traditional Data Warehouses VS Modern Data Lakehouses¬†
  • Big Data Advanced Analytics¬†
  • Cloud Data Transformation


Speaker Bio

Mohamed Ashraf Ghazala – Head of Data Architecture & Analytics | Egyptian Bank

Mohamed Ghazala has more than 14 years of deep experience in modern data management solutions, supporting data driven transformation projects as well as smart technology solutions and modern architecture using agile methodologies. Mohamed is currently leading the Data Architecture, Analytics and Data Governance in one of the biggest Egyptian banks, has a participating strategist role by defining effective data strategies, aligning business strategy to future digital transformation and building data analytics platform. He has a solid experience in data literacy, and governance focusing on transforming organizations to data driven business. Through his previous phases, Mohamed worked in many other different Banks achieving many different projects in Banking Technology for different type of automation and digitization as well as delivering success stories in data warehouses, data integrations, dynamic bi solutions, data quality, data governance projects, financial inclusion analytics, modern data management, and data cloud transformation. In the last years Mohamed focused on Master Big Data technology, Big Data mining and evangelizing AI and Machine Learning to deliver valuable data services.

March 7 @ 16:40
16:40 — 17:10 (30′)

[M3] Data Management Stage

Mohamed Ashraf Ghazala – Head of Data Architecture & Analytics | Egyptian Bank