Education, Technology and Analytics Prove a Strong Combination for a Bright Future - A Message That Resonates with College and University Students

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Joe Caserta, President of Technology Innovation Firm Caserta Concepts, Featured Speaker at Tuck Graduate School of Business' Upcoming Technology Conference 'Harnessing the Power of Data'

Joe Caserta, President & CEO, Caserta Concepts

The power of data lies in moving past countingthings to understanding things and these students and The Tuck Technology Conference clearly embrace the opportunities that lie ahead.

It is said effectivey harnessing the power of data can be a game-changer for organizations while the act of extracting and applying information is the difference maker and agent for success.

According to a Gartner study* of more than 2,800 CIOs, we are entering a new phase of enterprise information technology, one where technology's contribution to the business is less about efficiency and effectiveness of process and more about new products, services and the discovery of new revenue streams. Furthermore, in a recent statement by IBM, the company confirmed they spent more than $24 billion in R&D and acquisitions to build their capabilities in big data and analytics, and have cultivated partnerships with more than 1,000 institutions of higher education to drive curricula focused on data intensive careers. This new world of big data means unprecedented opportunity for college and university undergraduate and graduate students to set a course to be an integral part of the changing business environment. To say that big data and higher education are a perfect match is an understatement.

As evidence, The Tuck Technology Club of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth will hold its annual technology conference on October 31 to examine the challenges and opportunities of big data. The conference, 'Harnessing the Power of Data,' features Joe Caserta, president of Caserta Concepts, a New York-based technology innovation consulting firm specializing in big data analytics. The agenda also includes David Bartlett, CTO of GE Aviation and Meghan Verena Joyce, GM of Uber, along with other thought-leaders driving the use of game-changing data within organizations.

"Joe Caserta is recognized for his depth of experience and expertise as a leader in big data and providing advanced technology solutions to a wide variety of clients," said Steve Tsui, co-chair of the Technology Club at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. "Joe is the perfect fit for our club's annual Technology Conference as this year's theme is harnessing the power of data, with a focus on the potential of data analytics."

"It is an honor and a pleasure to address graduate students on their way to making their mark in the world," said Joe Caserta, founder and president of Caserta Concepts. "The power of data lies in moving past counting things to understanding things and these students and this conference clearly embrace the opportunity that lies ahead."

The conference begins at noon on Friday October 31 at Raether Hall on the campus of Dartmouth College. It brings together current students, faculty and industry thought-leaders to discuss key technology trends. For a complete conference agenda and more information, please see The Geirhead Technology Conference.

About Caserta Concepts:
Caserta Concepts is an award-winning technology innovation consulting firm specializing in big data analytics, data warehousing and business intelligence. With a worldwide network of professionals, Caserta Concepts collaborates with CIOs and their IT organizations to help them gain new business insights by maximizing data value. The company was founded in 2001 by internationally recognized data warehouse authority and author Joe Caserta. The company was recently selected one of 2014's 20 Most Powerful Big Data Solution Providers. To learn more, please visit Caserta Concepts. Connect with the company on Twitter (@casertaconcepts) and LinkedIn. You can also follow Joe on Twitter (@joe_caserta).

About Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth:
Founded in 1900 as the first school of management, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth has long been recognized among the leading business schools in the world offering only one degree - the full-time MBA. The school is led by Dean Paul Danos. To learn more, visit Tuck School of Business

*Gartner 2015 CIO Agenda Survey was presented at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Orlando, FL earlier this month.

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