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03 Dec: E6 – Prashant Natarajan – Healthcare Analytics and the Ever-changing Landscape of Analytics Vendors

Prashant Natarajan

Could it be that we are living in revolutionary times? We are on the crest of a wave coming for the last 40 or 50 years… data and analytics have the potential to make a massive impact in all industries. 

One of the reasons why The Analytics Show works so well is because it has some of the biggest experts in data and analytics as guests. By sharing their knowledge and expertise, they help our views learn more and advance their careers much faster.

This is why it’s my great pleasure to present our newest guest on the show, Prashant Natarajan, and I hope you enjoy this episode.

Prashant is a technology and product executive with expertise in data, analytics and machine including financial services, healthcare, government, and manufacturing.

He has worked in many important roles, such as business and technology leadership at Deloitte, learning applications. In addition to this, Prashanat has demonstrated his professional abilities across multiple verticals at  H2O.ai, Oracle and Siemens in the USA, Australia, Europe and Asia Pacific.

What is also amazing is that Prashant is a lead author or contributor to 5 books on software development, AI, ML, big data, and business intelligence. He is a Co-Faculty Instructor at Stanford University, guest lecturer at Monash University, and an Advisor at Louisiana Tech University. But the list goes on, doesn’t stop there: he is an industry advisor at Pistoia Alliance, University of California at San Francisco, and the Council for Affordable Health Coverage in Washington DC.

When someone like this drops us a visit and accepts to be a guest on the show, it proves we are doing the right thing promoting leaders in the field of data and analytics. If you’d like to learn much more about technology, life and approach to business, I strongly suggest you have a listen and see for yourself why Prashant is one of the top experts in the industry.

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Prashat will also talk about being a good leader, and the attributes a good leader needs to have; why and how he decided to come to Australia; how he finds time to write his books – even against his super-busy work schedule; how he sees product management and development in the months and years to come, and much, much more…

Connect with Prashant on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natarpr/

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