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2017 Information Management Symposium – Summary

This year Jonah Group was pleased to sponsor the 2017 Information Management Symposium.  The symposium was a gathering of business and IT professionals from the Blue Cross Blue Shield plans to discuss trends and innovation in the topics of information management, business intelligence and data analytics. Reducing the distance between …

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CDO Toronto Executive Summit – Jonah Group Summary Report

We were very proud to sponsor the inaugural CDO Executive Summit in Toronto on June 24, 2014. The following are some highlights from the sessions we attended: From Raw Data to Actionable Insights – Pranay Agrawal, Wojciech Gryc, Paul ter Weeme, Eric Monteiro: The panel agreed that data analysis projects …

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Jonah Group wins Health System Management Award @HackingHealthTO

Coming out of this week’s eHealth conference, the Jonah Group is proud to share that our mobile development team won the Health System Management Award presented by Canadian Institute for Health Information for the mobile Trigger app at Hacking Health. Trigger is a prosthetic memory app that enables patients to …

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Data Lake White Paper

The Jonah Group recently published a white paper (http://goo.gl/TkZbbr) describing the benefits of our data lake architecture. Data lakes enable rapid development of reports and data analytics without spending money on data modeling and ETL development. It drastically reduces the cost of business requirement validation, which often leads to expensive re-work. Data lakes are based on NoSQL technologies like Hadoop and MapReduce.

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Report on Maclean’s Thought Leadership and Innovation Event

I attended the Maclean’s thought leadership and innovation event at the Design Exchange today. The keynote speech provided by Peter Aceto, employee #8 and current CEO of Tangerine Bank Canada, was quite engaging. To frame the discussion, he posed the question “what is the Canadian equivalent of the American dream?” wondering why Canadians are very low on the innovation scale (and slipping), even though Canada is regularly high on the list of the best countries in which to live. This question provided the context for exploring potential solutions to how leaders can help Canada become more innovative.

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