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Pierre DeBois

Zimana
Founder / CEO
Gary, Indiana
Pierre DeBois is the founder and CEO of Zimana, an analytics services that help organizations achieve profitability improvements in marketing, Web development, and within their business operations. Zimana has provided services for businesses from many industries.

Pierre has provided digital marketing and analytic workshops. His first major workshop was for the City of Chicago Treasurer’s Office as part of the 2014 Small Business Expo (SBE). He has also conducted several workshops since the 2014 SBE, including the following:

• A general marketing workshop and panel for General Assembly in Chicago
• CivicBLUE workshops for BlueLacuna, a business incubator in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago; CivicBLUE explained the importance of data science for developing community solutions
• The DX Summit, a marketing conference hosted by CMS Wire in 2015, 2016, and 2017
• R programming workshop at Interop ITX in Las Vegas
• Analytics workshop for Content Marketing World in Cleveland (2017).
• Google Analytics and R programming at Indy.Code and Nebraska.Code, developers conferences in Indianapolis, Indiana and Council Bluffs, Iowa (Omaha), respectively (Pierre will be back at both conferences for 2019, as well as Prairie.Code 2019 in DesMoines, IA ).
• Sentiment Analysis at O’reilly OSCON in Portland Oregon (2018).
• Tensorflow in R Programming; A Primer at DevFest KC 2019, Kansas City, MO.

His workshops have covered the gamut of business, data science, and programming topics, with a focus on JavaScript frameworks, Google Analytics, and R Programming.

Pierre is also an analytics tech and business intelligence writer. He has contributed articles to CMS Wire, DMNews, and Information Week. He is also an associate editor of business book reviews for Small Business Trends, as well as credited as a technical editor for two Pearson/Que digital marketing publications. He is currently working on his first R programming book, R for Business Intelligence, to be published by O’Reilly Media in 2020.



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