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Oklahoma City Data Management Workshop


May 2, 2017


Sam Noble Museum
Norman, OK United States

Please join us on May 2, 2017, for the 2017 Oklahoma City Data Management Workshop. This year’s Theme is “Doing More With Less – Surviving the Downturn through Innovation”

We invite you to come participate as we work together towards collective action and community building. PPDM Association Events are specifically designed to facilitate collaborative idea sharing, discussion and networking. You can expect to participate in numerous discussions, workshops and activities. Learn from your colleagues’ experiences, ask questions, build relationships and make key face to face connections. Engage in dynamic sessions and attend information packed presentations.

Enaxis’ own John Rowe, will join some of the best and brightest in energy, as he presents his white paper “Smart Machines Herald a New Era: An Upstream Perspective” at the 2017 Oklahoma City Data Management Workshop, hosted by PPDM. Rowe’s presentation will detail the widespread impact of artificial intelligence and smart machines and the operational efficiencies they can create within upstream organizations. This presentation will cover several key questions:

  • What is the definition of Smart Machines?
  • Why is Smart Machine technology important?
  • How is the Smart Machine era different than previous Industrial Revolutions?
  • What impact will the Smart Machine era have on the Upstream industry?
  • What steps must individuals take to prepare for the Smart Machine era?
  • How should you prepare your organization for change brought about the Smart Machine era?

Rowe is a Principal at Enaxis Consulting where he leads the Analytics & Information Management service line. His 23 years of management consulting and industry experience span a number of industry verticals including oil & gas, automotive, financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and transportation. Rowe has conducted a multi-year Smart Machine research program working with leading universities & industry thought leaders, in addition to chairing both regional and national conference panels addressing the business and societal impact of artificial intelligence.

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