Data Curry, One Day Workshop on Big Data Analytics, Makes a Successful Debut at Kolkata
Data Curry is a one day workshop on data science and big data analysis. The workshop was organized by Usha Martin Technologies on the 25th of July 2013 and received tremendous appreciation from top corporate houses in Kolkata who participated in it.
July 29, 2013 (Newswire.com) - One day workshop on data science and big data analytics , Data Curry, marked a great opening on the 25th of July, 2013. The workshop had a tremendous response from companies like Tata Metaliks, mJunction, ITC, Eveready, Tata Teleservices, and more. Although the workshop was meant for only 20 top business leaders from prominent organizations, more than 25 business heads of reputed organizations participated in the workshop. The workshop was mentored by renowned Indian data scientist Dr Dakshinamurthy V Kolluru, PhD Carnegie Mellon and focussed on how to harness the power of data science and big data analytics for taking data driven business decisions.
Data Curry is a series of one day workshops on data science and big data analytics organized by Usha Martin Technologies, technology services brand of the prestigious Usha Martin Group. The workshop aims to create awareness about the power of data science and Big Data Analytics in business. The next chapters of Data Curry are planned to be in London and Mumbai in a few months.
Usha Martin Technologies is the technology services brand of the Usha Martin Group, a USD 1 Billion business conglomerate specializing as an IT/ITES Provider and offering solutions in Big Data & Analytics, Telecom, Skill Partnership and BPO/Contact Centre. They have been in operations for 18 years across 11 countries with over 70+ global engagements and have delivery centres in all the 5 key regions - Asia, Middle East, North America, Africa & Europe. More information about Usha Martin Technology is available at www.ushamartintech.com.
To know more about Data Curry, visit www.datacurry.com
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