Neo4j - Curated Wine & Connected Data - A Virtual French Wine Appreciation
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Curated Wine & Connected Data
– A Virtual French Wine Appreciation

Theme of Discussion: From Collected Data to Connected Data: Making Decisions with Insights
from Relationships and Context in Data

December 17th, 2021, Successfully held

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Presented by

Neo4j

Here’s what we covered:

Discovering insights from increasingly complex data collected in rows and columns isn’t working anymore. Graph data platforms promise to let you explore not just data points, but the meaning in the connections between those data points.

Graph databases’ added emphasis on relationships helps businesses explore complex data sets in new ways. While graph databases aren’t a fit for every use case, here are 3 where they excel:

  • Data is highly-connected
    Graph databases work well with highly-connected data that includes a need for relationship analysis.
  • Analyzing data is more important than simply storing it
    Graph databases are optimized for data retrieval and analysis.
  • Data model changes often
    Graph data platforms handle inconsistent data models that require frequent changes.

In this session, we’ll explore why governments, logistics companies, supply chain leaders and financial institutions have moved to graph data platforms.

Agenda

4:00 PM – 4:10 PM SGT

Welcome and participant introduction

4:11 PM – 4:15 PM SGT

Introduction of Neo4j executives

4:16 PM – 4:35 PM SGT

Virtual Wine Tasting: 2 French wines curated by a master sommelier

4:36 PM – 5:10 PM SGT

Interactive discussion on the topic

5:11 PM – 5:15 PM SGT

Closing

Solution Expert

Robin Fong
Regional Director, ASEAN at Neo4j
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Here is what we learned:

Richa Arora, JLL Technologies, Sr. Director – Enterprise Data Governance (Global)

• JLL Technology does not have any personal information but uses CRM to track contacts.
• Richa asked Choy if any of the CRM systems they’re using are graph databases.
• Richa said that if databases can be connected, it can lead to monetizing data and not just analyzing your own data.

Simon Long, CBRE Asia Pacific, Digital & Technology Director (SEA)

• Simon joined the call to hear what everyone else has to say about the challenges of data.
• CRBE Asia has a lot of data in multiple sources or as multiple references. Simon wants to be able to use connected databases so that if they had to take one field out of play, they could still find where the connections are and what can be tapped into.

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About Neo4j

Neo4j is the leading graph database platform that drives innovation and competitive advantage at Airbus, Comcast, eBay, NASA, UBS, Walmart and more. Thousands of community deployments and more than 300 customers harness connected data with Neo4j to reveal how people, processes, locations, and systems are interrelated. Using this relationships-first approach, applications built using Neo4j tackle connected data challenges including artificial intelligence, fraud detection, real-time recommendations, and master data.

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