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  • 20 Oct 2020 2:20 PM | Anonymous

    PRESS RELEASE

    Metro Manila, October 20, 2020 -- The Analytics Association of the Philippines, Inc. (AAP) is teaming up with Finland-based Ultrahack as an enabling partner to bring open innovation programs to the Philippines.  The open innovation programs bring together student, startup, and corporate teams to innovate new solutions to real-life business needs. Recent Ultrahack programs range from topics such as data against Covid-19 and farm-to-fork supply chains to circular economy and urban mobility solutions.

    The Analytics Association of the Philippines is the enabling organization formed to take the lead in driving the growth and evolution of Analytics and other Analytics-enabled fields and technologies in the Philippines. AAP members span across business and academe sectors, and AAP partners with the public sector, such as with Project SPARTA which is training 30,000 learners in data science, analytics and related fields through online learning.

    Ultrahack helps companies and organizations innovate and build new digital businesses, by leveraging an end-to-end innovation management model and a global community of 10,000 developers. 

    For AAP Board President Colin Christie, the partnership is an opportunity for the Philippines to tap into the know-how that Ultrahack has developed through its global programs to boost innovation in the Philippines. “We see tremendous synergy between AAP’s mission to build a strong ecosystem for Analytics, and Ultrahack’s community building capabilities focused on innovation and we’re very excited to announce this partnership and to work collaboratively towards running open innovation programs together with our corporate partners,” says Mr. Christie.

    Ultrahack CEO Miikka Nevasalo adds, “We are thrilled to partner up with AAP as we continue to strengthen our market presence in the Philippines. Through this partnership, we seek to address the growing demand for startup-corporate collaboration as a source of innovative solutions in the area of data analytics.”

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    Analytics Association of the Philippines, Inc.
    www.aap.ph
    Colin Christie
    colin.christie
    @aap.ph

    Ultrahack
    www.ultrahack.org
    Joona Selin
    joona.selin@ultrahack.org

  • 27 Jun 2020 11:49 AM | Anonymous

    On June 25, 2020, the Analytics Association of the Philippines in partnership with the LEADS for Health Security and Resilience Consortium {L4H} held a webinar on the topic of "Data Quality, Data Stewardship & Open Science in Public Health."

    More than the analytical skills and domain expertise, we witnessed their selfless passion and desire to see our country through this current crisis. Thank you to Miko Balisi, Dr. Peter Cayton, Dr. Michael Promentilla, and Dr. Jomar Rabajante. Thank you to DevHealth Management Consulting Services, the UP COVID-19 Pandemic Response Team, and the LEADS for Health Security and Resilience Consortium.

    And thank you to all those who joined us live in our webinar. The questions and insights you posted showed that there's no shortage of genuine care for our country and for our fellow Filipinos.

    The video replay is available on our Facebook page.

    Mabuhay kayong lahat! Mabuhay tayong lahat!

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The Analytics Association of the Philippines (AAP) is the enabling organization formed to take the lead in driving the growth and evolution of Analytics and other Analytics-enabled fields and technologies in the Philippines. We take pride in having the most distinguished and active players in the Analytics field working to elevate the country in its application of Analytics best practices at pace with the 4th Industrial Revolution . . . and for the good of society.

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