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September 9 @ 9:30 am - 10:30 am PDT

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Data engineering for your startup: Vinita Rathi’s advice of Systango

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Join Vinita as she shares how to go about building a product and how startups and scaleups can use data engineering to their best advantage

Vinita Rathi, CEO and Founder of Systango and Ex VP of Goldman Sachs, founder of WomenHackForNonProfits, Women Who Code – London Director, and Google Women Techmakers Lead. All of this indicates she has been playing “this game” for a long time as a technology professional with a personal passion for Fintech, Blockchain, and IoT projects.

Her experiences at Goldman Sachs and working with a wide range of entrepreneurs and founders under Systango have given Rathi some valuable insights about business do’s and don’ts.

Join Founders Network on September 9 when Rathi shares how to go about building a product and how startups and scaleups can use data engineering to their best advantage by focusing on:

  • Why you should be thinking about data strategy right from the start
  • Making sure your infrastructure is in place correctly for crucial data extraction
  • Taking advantage of Data Mining to improve on your product and service, and how to use this for improvising different aspects of your business
  • Predictive models and visualization techniques for insights
  • Using data engineering for a competitive edge

About the Speaker

Vinita Rathi

CEO and Founder, Systango, Ex VP Goldman Sachs. A highly adept technology professional who has a personal passion for Fintech, Blockchain, and IoT projects. Vinita has 5.5 years in a tier 1 investment bank specializing in trading technology and about 10 years as the CEO and founder of a global software consultancy (Systango) with 300+ employees, a client roster that includes the likes of Grinder, Dialpad, ResearchNow, Deloitte, Oracle and Porsche.

She is also the Founder of Studio Fintech specialised to deal with Fintech and blockchain ventures with a focus on blockchain-centric projects. She is the Founder of WomenHackForNonProfits that has more than 1200 women volunteers globally, Founding Director of Women Who Code London Chapter and Lead at Google Women Techmakers to bolster the cause of feminism in Tech.

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