Beirut, 23 November 2017: CME, a multi-national firm specializing in the development of technology solutions, participated in the DaTalks Workshop by the University of Saint Joseph (USJ). Ms. Carole Alsharabati, founding partner of CME and the Director of the Political Science Institute at USJ, also participated as a panel member addressing e-governance, automation, data driven decision making and data analysis tools, presenting her very own case studies.
This one-day workshop aims to raise awareness around Big Data and to address the specific needs for data analytics in various Lebanese industries. It tackled the challenges and presented available solutions and approaches that can be adopted in both the private and public sectors whether it’s in health, banking, energy, food industry, agriculture, insurance, tech or others.
DaTalks was held on the university campus and featured executives from the Silicon Valley with broad experience in Big Data Analytics to share their stories working in the field. Also, many local Lebanese professionals and companies showcased the latest ideas and success stories, talked about their personal experiences, shared useful information, and offered their recommendations for the Big Data field in Lebanon.
CME is a multi-national, technology firm that provides end-to-end engineering solutions from consulting, to design and development, across both hardware and software. Enjoying a golden track record among the top fortune 500 US companies, the firm leverages technology and industry-specific expertise, to help its customers become and remain high performers in their industries. CME has a world-class team of more than 350 engineers, who strive for a multi-cultural approach and a shared drive to create worldly, strategic, and innovative solutions.
Operating in Lebanon for over 10 years, CME purposely remained a condensed-talent team, allowing themto be more responsive, flexible, and engaged than larger firms. Today, it has developed capabilities in more than 10 different industries and built decade-long relationships with its clients.