Opportunities for low-code analytics technology
Jamie Crossman-Smith (Grant Thornton) and hosted by Ian Pay
Wednesday 6 December 12pm (via Zoom)
Low-code analytics is increasingly making the complex art of data science more accessible to business users. But how does an organisation go about adopting a low-code solution? In this webinar, hear Jamie Crossman-Smith, one of the leaders in Grant Thornton’s UK Digital Hub, as they share GT’s journey with KNIME (an open source, low-code tool), the challenges and benefits they have experienced so far, and how they have sought to foster greater engagement with analytics across the organisation by using low-code technology. There will be an opportunity for Q&A to discuss low-code analytics further.
This webinar is held in collaboration with the ICAEW and will be hosted by ICAEW’s Head of Data Analytics and Tech, Ian Pay.
Ian Pay: Head of Data Analytics & Tech (ICAEW)
Ian joined ICAEW as Head of Data Analytics and Tech in March 2022, looking at the role that analytics and technology solutions play in the profession, and supporting the ICAEW’s members in their exploration and development of knowledge around technology. Prior to this, Ian worked for over 10 years at PwC in Data Analytics, specialising in External Audit and Data Acquisition and developing robust data transformation processes. Ian is passionate about digital upskilling, and has previously trained as a secondary school teacher and a musician.
Jamie O Crossman- Smith: Managing Director, GTUK Digital Hub (Grant Thornton)
Jamie is a digital transformation leader with over 15 years experience with professional services and financial services institutions, growing his technical knowledge and skills predominantly through the audit and risk space. He has led large global teams, supported programmes under regulatory oversight, and has been an approved person with the UK Financial Conduct Authority. He loves making a difference by doing things differently, thinking outside the box, whilst building effective, motivated delivery teams, and watching them flourish and stand on their own.
Currently, Jamie leads Grant Thornton UK’s national digital Centre of Excellence, the GTUK Digital Hub, and supports all UK service lines in articulating, developing, and delivering their client-facing digital strategy and roadmaps, service offerings and operating models, from Analytics & Development to AI & Automation