The AWS Summit London is just around the corner!

The AWS Summit London is just around the corner!

Inawisdom are proud to announce that we will be sponsoring this year’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) London Summit 2019. With just under a week to go, the team are very excited to be a part of such an amazing event which attracts over 10,000 people each year from all parts of the AWS ecosystem.

Held on Wednesday 8th May, the AWS London Summit will kick-off with an opening keynote from Matt Garman, Vice President, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and cover a number of ‘hot topics’ like AI/ML, Data Analytics and DevOps.

Since the last event, Inawisdom have grown from strength to strength as an AWS Advanced Consulting and ML competency partner, our customers are engaging with us to deliver and deploy the latest services to enable AI/ML to drive insight and business innovation from their data.

At a recent AWS event Neil Miles, CEO and Co-founder of Inawisdom and Bjoern Reinke, Smart Director from Drax Retail showcased how they are leveraging the latest Amazon Web Services (AWS) Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) technologies to transform the Drax energy retail business. We are delighted to announce that Bjoern will take to the stage at the upcoming London Summit, talking about the incredible impact that implementing AI/ML technologies has had on his business.

Join us at stand S18 to meet the experts who help customers implement AI/ML solutions and see some fantastic demos.  We will also be giving away an Amazon Echo Show so please come along, meet the team and check out some of the great AI/ML solutions that have helped accelerate our customers from discovery into production.

If you are attending the Summit, let’s discuss how you can further differentiate your business by accelerating and scaling AI services on AWS – please contact us to speak to one of our experts on the day.

Gemma Adair
gemma@inawisdom.com
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