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Enabling new possibilities for manufacturers by unlocking the value of data from cloud

May 13, 2022

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Thank you for joining us on "The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity."

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Experts from John Deere and Toyota Motors North America explain how global manufacturers can harness the power of data and analytics on top of cloud.

Panel experts include: Scott Anderson, director of IT, enterprise architecture, and BI/data analytics apps, and automation CoE at John Deere; Baledev Marepally, IT leader of analytics and data science at Toyota Motors North America; Douglas Bellin, head of WW Smart Factory GTMS and WWCS business development at Amazon Web Services; and Srinivas Gopal Sugavanam, VP of data and analytics practice at Infosys.

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