Organizations are creating, accessing and using more sources and types of information than ever before. This trend, combined with the increasing need to understand how data is being used within a company, is driving the need for chief data officers (CDOs).
Para Bellum Labs, a unique startup which launches today. It is being incubated within the RNC and is designed to pull the party forward into a data-centric approach to campaigning.
Para Bellum Labs’ goal is to build the best political data engineering team and create data products and digital platforms to understand public opinion, engage voters and power elections.
Azarias Reda, the RNC’s new Chief Data Officer formerly of LinkedIn, and I are leading this effort. Working with our Chief Technology Officer, Andy Barkett, formerly of Facebook, we’re hitting the ground running. A five campus tour at some of the nation’s top engineering schools has already begun, and hackathons will be announced in the near future. Para Bellum Labs will fully participate in the technical and open source community, working to earn the respect of the people we will need to hire. In that sense, the competition isn’t the Democratic Party; it’s the Facebooks, LinkedIns, Squares and Googles of the world.
So, you’ve discovered the value of your data; that’s good, particularly as the amount of data you receive into your organisation is only going to increase and any intelligent, useful information you can garner from that data is going to help you improve your bottom line!
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