Learn how to differentiate your business and future-proof its success by using third-party financial services data to accelerate business intelligence.
Join this webinar to learn how leveraging diverse financial services datasets can facilitate faster, intelligence-based decision-making that propels your company‘ business outcomes and digital transformation.
In this virtual session, AWS Data Exchange and FactSet leadership will share key third-party data integration strategies that inform investment decisions, mitigate risk, increase sales, and drive business growth. Learn how to use these datasets in AWS services and begin the next phase of your company’s digital transformation to support its future growth and success.
Date: November 11th, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM PT (2:00 PM ET)
Length: 60 minutes
Key takeaways include:
- Why FactSet makes their data available on the cloud and how they’re using AWS Data Exchange features to make data more accessible
- How companies are using FactSet data to make smarter decisions
- How to use AWS Data Exchange newest features to easily consume and analyze data
- How to discover, find, and use third-party data with AWS Data Exchange
Matthew Napoli, Customer AWS Data Exchange – Consumer Markets, AWS Data Exchange
Matt helps AWS’s Financial Services customers more easily integrate external data into their investment research processes. Prior to AWS, Matt was a Business Developer for Two Sigma’s Alpha Capture Division (2007-2016) and managed Data Distribution for 1010data (2017-2020). Matt holds a BA in Economics from New York University.
Peter Dorsey, FDP, Product Strategist, Cloud and Managed Services, FactSet
Peter is a Product Strategist at FactSet. In this role, he oversees the strategy and development around FactSet’s cloud and managed services. Since joining FactSet in 2015, Peter has built extensive experience working with data feed solutions across a variety of workflows in asset management, wealth management, insurance, pension funds, corporates, and brokerage firms. He earned a BA in Economics from the University of Virginia.
Brenden Grace, Chief Technology Officer, Demyst
Brenden is responsible for product strategy as well as development of Demyst’s technology platform and Infrastructure. Prior to joining Demyst in 2015, Brenden was Vice President of Engineering for Collective where he was responsible for all of engineering and infrastructure as well as the product development processes which coordinated over 80 product managers, engineers, and data scientists. Before Collective, Brenden helped grow a number of early stage startups in AdTech (acquired) and network security and is currently named on two patents related to behavioral and contextual advertising. Brenden graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Data Network Communications from James Madison University.
Kanchan Waikar, Solutions Architect, AWS
Kanchan Waikar is a Senior Partner Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services with AWS Marketplace for machine learning group. She has over 14 years of experience building, architecting, and managing, NLP, and software development projects. She has a masters degree in computer science (data science major), and she enjoys helping customers build solutions backed by AI/ML-based AWS services and partner solutions.
Colin Marden, Solutions Architect, AWS
Colin is a Solutions Architect in the financial services industry supporting AWS Enterprise Greenfield customers in their journey to modernize, transform, and migrate workloads to the AWS Cloud. Colin is a champion and specialist for Amazon QuickSight and AWS Data Exchange, regularly speaking at AWS and partner events on subjects like data engineering and visualization.
About AWS Data Exchange:
AWS Data Exchange makes it easy to find, subscribe to, and use third-party data in the cloud. Once subscribed to a data product, you can use the AWS Data Exchange API to load data directly into Amazon S3 and then analyze it with a wide variety of AWS analytics and machine learning services. Click here to browse thousands of data products now available from more than 80 qualified data providers in AWS Marketplace. Visit aws.amazon.com/data-exchange to learn more.