|Business Intelligence in Cuban Economy to Debate at Information Congress
2012.04.17 - 13:26:03 / firstname.lastname@example.org
HAVANA, Cuba.- Business intelligence in the current context of the Cuban economy will be one of the topics to be discussed by specialists, on the second day of the XII International Congress of Information (Info 2012), in this capital.
Nearly 500 delegates from twenty countries will participate through Friday in forums, workshops and roundtables, as well as attend the poster presentation and exhibition of IT products, as part of Info 2012, underway at the Havana’s Convention Center since Tuesday.
A lecture and a presentation on Business Intelligence in the framework of the updating the country's economic model will be delivered by, the expert Juan Triana, from the Center for the Study of the Cuban Economy, and Yaelinis Mulet, University of Havana (UH), respectively, in the international workshop to address this issue.
Also Rodney Rodriguez from UH, will present his work “Automated system to measure positioning of social networking websites.”
The proposal for a digital library, information services specializing in the pharmaceutical sector, and the ultimate benefit of informational activity and challenges for impact assessment in favor of social development will be other presentations by Cuban delegates.
Also, this Tuesday they will have the Law and Information Technology and Communications (ICT) in society Roundtable and Indicator Workshop on Science, Technology and Innovation and they will inaugurate an exhibition of computer products.
Info 2012 has the support of the Organization of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, the Ministry of Informatics and Communications of Cuba, and the Network of Scientific Journals of Latin America and the Caribbean, among others.