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Deepak Pant Appointed As Head Of Data Science At Publicis Groupe

Deepak Pant Appointed As Head Of Data Science At Publicis Groupe

Deepak Pant

Publicis Groupe India has stated that it has appointed Deepak Pant as Head of Data Science Practice in a recent announcement. Pant will be leading all work on the company’s capabilities on measurement, research, advanced analytics, data strategy like data integrity and automation, as well as activity on Publicis People Cloud.

The Data Science Practice at Publicis gives data strategy and advanced analytics solutions with more than 100 professionals, which utilise Publicis Groupe’s capabilities in marketing, media, digital, data and technology to design models for predictive analytics and business intelligence.

Pant has has over 24 years of experience in data science, advanced analytics, across industry verticals including consumer products, retail, finance and manufacturing.



According to his LinkedIn, he is an analytics professional/consultant with global experience in using big data, analytics and technology to drive digital transformation and deliver business outcomes. He

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Prior to this, Pant had been working in Greater Chicago Area Chicago for about 18 years across different companies like Neilson and 4i Consulting. His last company was Cognizant, where he functioned as the Director AI and Analytics in Mumbai. Deepak holds MS- Computer Science from Illinois Institute of Technology and an MBA from Booth School of Business, Chicago.

“Its both an honour and a huge responsibility to lead the Publics Groupe India’s Data Science Practise. The exciting possibilities that the scale and diversity of the Groupe and its clients present are unmatched. I look forward to making a difference here and bringing disruptive solutions that enable strong business results for clients and the Groupe alike,” Pant told the Economic Times.

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