A CEO’s View of Open Source Data Science in the Enterprise

Sharing customer stories

While the use and scope of open source data science continues to grow, we still sometimes hear from RStudio users and customers that they face some opposition, or at least questions, from IT or other stakeholders when championing a code-first, open source approach.

Of course, thousands of organizations have adopted open source data science as part of their analytics platform, and often the best way to reassure skeptics is to share their stories first hand. To help get these stories out, we feature RStudio customers in our Customer Stories, encourage our users to share their RStudio reviews on TrustRadius, organize RStudio Enterprise Community Meetups on various industries, and share blog posts (like this one on using Shiny applications to optimize COVID vaccine distribution in West Virginia, and this one on Strategic Analytics at Monash University).

Recently, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Art Steinmetz, the former Chairman, CEO and President of OppenheimerFunds. In this interview, Art gave his unique perspective on the value and suitability of open source, code-first data science for the enterprise.

Watch the interview at,

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.rstudio.com/2021/07/15/a-ceo-s-view-of-open-source-data-science-in-the-enterprise

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