AIChE seminar on January 24 focused on analytics

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Mid-Michigan Chapter invites the public to a special virtual presentation. Daniel Reaume, Chief Analytics Officer at Cat Digital Analytics, will present “Derive Sustainable Competitive Advantage from Analytics” from noon to 1 p.m. on Monday, January 24.

The power of analytics has recently increased exponentially due to advances in algorithms, processing power, and data availability. But achieving meaningful competitive advantage from analytics often remains elusive. This conference will highlight best practices across the analytics development spectrum to help get more value out of analytics.

Reaume, Ph.D., PE, Esq., has over 20 years of experience leading the development and delivery of analytical solutions and strategies for many of the world’s largest and most iconic companies. After completing his Ph.D. at the University of Michigan, Reaume joined GM R&D, where he received GM’s highest technical award three times, achieved the rank of technical fellow, and headed GM’s Senior Management Technical Council. He went on to hold leadership positions at Dow Corning, Dow Chemical and Revenue Analytics before assuming his current role as Senior Director of Analytics at Cat Digital, leading a team of over 100 data scientists applying analytics to IoT monitoring, spare parts sales, e-commerce and business. optimization.

Reaume has a long track record of service to the analyst profession, having taught at the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering as an adjunct professor for nearly two decades and having served on advisory boards for universities across the state. of Michigan and Wayne. He is also a licensed professional engineer and lawyer.

The course entitles you to one hour of continuing education. CEH certificates are required for licensed professional engineers to maintain their license and certificates will be provided to interested participants.

For information on seminar calls, contact Pranav Karanjkar at [email protected]

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