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Summary

Résumé de la présentation

In the age of active digital transformation, every company is running up against tough decisions that require them to evaluate legacy software & platforms for their continued use in the modern age. When cloud based collaboration is the way of the future, legacy software paradigms need to be overhauled or left behind to make way for the modern tools
that will really bring value.

This presentation will go through ETRO's process in developing their tech stack and some of the decisions and lessons learned along the way.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand what it means to have a "tech stack" and how that should fit within the strategic vision of every company.
  2. Learn how "tech stacks" build the components of a "data schema"
  3. Learn how data can perform in decision making processes and leveraging the past for future projects/operative decisions.
  4. Meet "big data" and what it can do for you.

Who's Presenting

Qui présente

Aubrey Tucker

Director Innovation + Technology, ETRO Construction

Director Innovation + Technology, ETRO Construction

Biographie

Aubrey Tucker is the Director of Innovation and Technology for ETRO Construction, where he offers a focused and thoughtful approach to innovative research, implementation and application of technology across businesses to create efficiencies and amplify the power of ETRO’s people. He is an Enabler, Technologist, International BIM Speaker, University Lecturer and Revit Expert with an extensive career with skyscrapers, hospitals, schools, airports and technology.

In the age of active digital transformation, every company is running up against tough decisions that require them to evaluate legacy software & platforms for their continued use in the modern age. When cloud based collaboration is the way of the future, legacy software paradigms need to be overhauled or left behind to make way for the modern tools
that will really bring value.

This presentation will go through ETRO's process in developing their tech stack and some of the decisions and lessons learned along the way.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand what it means to have a "tech stack" and how that should fit within the strategic vision of every company.
  2. Learn how "tech stacks" build the components of a "data schema"
  3. Learn how data can perform in decision making processes and leveraging the past for future projects/operative decisions.
  4. Meet "big data" and what it can do for you.

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