Rolls-Royce establishes a new data alliance to help businesses into recovery. The new initiative includes leading companies and data analytics experts to collaborate on Emer2gent in order to develop faster ways of supporting businesses and governments recovering from the economic impacts of COVID-19.
Early alliance members includes Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, IBM, Google Cloud, The Data City, Truata, Rolls-Royce and ODI Leeds. The alliance is voluntary and insights will be published for free.
Caroline Gorski, Global Director of R2 Data Labs said: “We want the global economy to get better as soon as possible so people can get back to work. Our data innovation community can help do this and is at its best when it comes together for the common good.
“People, businesses and governments around the world have changed the way they spend, move, communicate and travel because of COVID-19 and we can use that insight, along with other data, to provide the basis for identifying what new insights and trends may emerge that signify the world’s adjustment to a ‘new normal’ after the pandemic.”
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