For serious companies with serious experts.
One of the basic experiences of our decades-long IT solution supplier activity is that during the activities of companies, huge amounts of data are generated, which are available in isolated, individual systems, often only in Excel files, therefore the data knowledge contained in them is difficult to extract and it is a great challenge to make it available to support strategic decisions and optimize operations.
Technological development gives us tools and services that allow us to implement so-called *data-driven business operations* anywhere, even at low costs, where the company's decision-makers can see at any moment the areas that provide opportunities for optimization or generating new revenue streams.
We can say that we live in the era of cloud computing and data science, where corporate business intelligence, machine learning and data visualization based on modern cloud data warehouses become available to everyone.
We see it as important to bring these opportunities and their potential to organizations that may be at the beginning of the adoption of BI (business intelligence) and modern data management cloud technologies, but are open and committed to making the company data-driven and thus even more efficient and productive.
This training is recommended for any manager, strategic consultant or analyst who wants to learn about business intelligence systems, data engineering, modern cloud-based data visualization and the capabilities, basic concepts and technological building blocks of next-generation machine learning-based decision making applications.
He graduated from the Budapest University of Technology in 1976 as a mechanical engineer and in 1981 as an economic engineer. He started his professional career at the Institute of Mechanical Engineering Technology with production logistics, and from 1986 he dealt with reengineering and crisis management tasks. From 1987 he became IT Director and from 1990 Commercial Director. He joined Colgate-Palmolive Hungary Kft. in 1994 as project and production planning manager, and from 1995 he became head of logistics planning at Dreher Zrt. (SABMiller Europe). Since 2008 he has been managing director of IFKA Logistics Development Center, then since 2012 he has been a logistics consultant at Bonitat Kft.
He was an active participant in professional public life, a member of the board of MLBKT in the first decade of the 2000s. Here he has been leading the Forecasting department for five years. During his career he gave almost 50 lectures, wrote about 55 articles, made 8 reports and co-authored 2 books. MLBKT Logistics Magister. He was an invited lecturer at Corvinus University of Budapest, Central European University, University of Miskolc and College of General Entrepreneurship. As a lecturer, he taught logistics and supply chain management at the Budapest Business School/University. Recently, he has been teaching forecasting at MLE’s Advanced Logistics Manager training.
His professional practice focuses on the business aspects and relationships of logistics: the optimum of the issuing and distribution system. Within this, his professional and business interests and activities are oriented towards strategic and operational foresight problems.