“The future of data isn’t a line of code – it’s you. That’s why our customers, our partners and our team, need to hear from you.
You hold the key to people understanding how to use data to shape and improve their world.
We’d love you to share your real-life experience to help us make XP20 the most highly-focused event we’ve run to date.”
Aaron Auld, CEO at Exasol
We would love to hear your data story. Please check out our call for speaker, linked below, to see the topics and sessions we are looking for.
The call for speakers for XP20 in Berlin is open through Feb 17, 2020
The one thing everyone is missing in the data story is: you.
Join us as XP20 on June 16-18 at Motorwerk Berlin as we take a uniquely human approach to the future of data analytics in your industry with:
Experience live demos and new features from our partners.
Take a look at our roadmap and where we are moving towards in 2020.
Hear from inspirational speakers from all around the world.
Gain the opportunity to network with other enthusiastic big data users.
Real world. Real data. Real value
Watch this space for our agenda – coming soon.
It’s going to be packed with practical advice and interactive sessions designed to give you breathing space to take control of technology – and use data to add real value to your organization.
The main idea behind XP20 is that data analytics is no longer just an abstract technology concept. The conversation has moved on. Every organization now recognizes the important of having a data-driven culture. That’s why we believe the next step of the data story is a uniquely human story.
The true business value doesn’t come from simply investing in the latest tool. It comes from connecting people to data insights. And it means giving you the freedom to use technology to achieve your unique strategic goals. Rather than fitting these goals around the technology.
Everyone who uses our analytics database is trying to get some breathing space from their chaotic and busy lives. It’s about changing the culture. Getting a better work life balance.
This means helping real people, use real data to add real value – taking their long-term strategy into areas which simply weren’t possible without the unrivalled performance of our analytics database.
That’s why our customers see beyond data-driven.
Data Science & Predictive Analytics
Aaron Auld is the CEO at Exasol AG, a position he has held since July 2013.
Currently running the big data team which serves data and platform solutions to all adidas analytics models from classical BI to AI, with the mission to create a connected experience around data.
At the DFB Academy, Pascal is responsible for talent identification, injury prediction models, and tactical match analysis based on positional data.
Alchemist, Catalyst, and Thought Leader, Dave looks at how to maximise the full potential that technology offers. His world is AI, big data, digitalization and much more.
Mathias joined Exasol back in 2004 as software developer, led the database optimization team and became a member of the executive board in 2013.
Jens is Vice President of Product Management at Exasol. As an expert in business development product management and IT Management, his key topics include databases and data management, business intelligence (BI), data mining, real-time analytics, and cloud services.
We’ve extended an invitation to all of our users, customers and partners. The agenda is full of educational, collaborative and interesting sessions – so there’s really something for everyone. The sessions for partners will take place on June 16, 2020, whereas everyone is welcome to attend sessions on June 17-18, 2020.
Although the event takes place in Berlin, Exasol Xperience 2020 is an international event and all sessions and details will be in English.
The registration desk will be located in front of the conference area and will be open on Tuesday, June 16 from 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM for partners. All attendees can pick up their badges starting Tuesday evening at 5:00 PM and once more on Wednesday morning, June 17 from 7:00 AM- 5:00 PM.