Inspire 2016: Keynotes

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Paul DePodesta, Chief Strategy Officer, Cleveland Browns
Paul DePodesta
Cleveland Browns Chief Strategy Officer, Entrepreneur & Subject of Moneyball

Paul DePodesta has made a career of evaluating, measuring and assigning value to talent, as documented in Michael Lewis’s book, Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game. The Moneyball methodology has become a mainstay strategy for business leaders looking for new approaches for overhauling stagnant systems. Formerly the Vice President of Player Development and Amateur Scouting for the New York Mets, DePodesta helped lead the team to the 2015 World Series for the first time since 2000. Mets GM Sandy Alderson said DePodesta was a "huge factor" in the Mets' success. In January 2016, DePodesta joined the NFL's Cleveland Browns as Chief Strategy Officer. In this new role, he will be responsible for assessing and implementing the best practices and strategies that will give the Browns the comprehensive resources needed to make optimal decisions for their players and team. DePodesta is also an Assistant Professor of Bioinformatics at the Scripps Translational Sciences Institute.


Dean Stoecker, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Alteryx
Dean Stoecker
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Alteryx

Chairman, CEO and founding partner of Alteryx, Dean Stoecker will kick off Inspire 2016 with a review of the profound developments in analytics over the past year. He will offer his vision on where self-service data analytics and Alteryx are headed; highlight inspiring customer successes with Alteryx; and set the tone for the conference. Dean's leadership and motivational skills, along with his ability to create, communicate and realize a vision, are a driving force behind Alteryx focus on empowering analysts. He is an accomplished and respected industry professional with a strong knowledge of industry dynamics, technology trends, and application requirements related to market analysis and spatial technologies. Watch the video.


George Mathew, President and Chief Operating Officer, Alteryx
George Mathew
President and Chief Operating Officer, Alteryx

As the head of product development, George Mathew will go into detail about the Alteryx vision for self-service data analytics. He will discuss the important role that data analysts have in solving today's most strategic business challenges, and reveal the product direction and roadmap for Alteryx and integration of partner capabilities. George will share his insight into the rapidly changing customer requirements within the enterprise software market, and discuss how our growing community of users is achieving unprecedented improvements in operational efficiencies and returns on investment. You will also see demonstrations of some of the exciting new features and capabilities that data analysts can look forward to in upcoming releases of Alteryx Analytics. Watch the video.


Olivia Duane Adams, Chief Customer Officer, Alteryx
Olivia Duane Adams
Chief Customer Officer, Alteryx

Olivia Duane Adams is a founding partner of Alteryx, and as Chief Customer Officer is responsible for overseeing and maximizing the complete Alteryx customer experience, from engagement to on-boarding, communications, performance, and retention. She has interacted with nearly every Alteryx customer, giving her a holistic perspective of the overall experience from implementation to adoption success. Libby will kick off the closing keynote with a recap of the highlights of Inspire 2016, present the trophy to the winner of the Alteryx Grand Prix, present customer awards, and reveal the top-secret location of Inspire 2017. Watch the video.


Ned Harding, Chief Technical Officer, Alteryx
Ned Harding
Chief Technology Officer, Alteryx

Ned Harding is Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, and a founding partner of Alteryx. In this role, he is responsible for developing technologies that improve the speed and capacity of Alteryx products for self-service data analytics. Ned has developed proprietary compression algorithms that are estimated to have reduced the number of data CDs required for the 2000 U.S. Census audit from approximately 900 discs to 70. He has also led the development teams of core technologies for desktop and web-based count and fulfillment engines for large, record-level databases, including Experian's 650-million record National Vehicle database. Prior to co-founding Alteryx, Ned was a senior software engineer at Qualitative Marketing Software, Inc. (QMSoft), a developer and manufacturer of database and turnkey direct marketing solutions, where he was the lead developer of several industry-leading products, including GeoStan and InfoStan.





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