Martin Butler, Founder of Butler Analytics & Evan Castle, Sisense Product Manager
There’s no denying that 2017 saw an explosion of growth for analytics. But, as enterprise organizations require greater productivity and lower cost, how can analytics evolve in 2018 to meet those demands?
Join Martin Butler, Founder of Butler Analytics, and Evan Castle, Sisense Product Manager, as they dive into the “three I’s” - intelligence, integration, and interface - and how they’ll change the enterprise analytics game in the coming year.
Join us for the next webinar in the Bright Talk series of Advanced Analytics where we will discuss the future of advanced analytics, and how it can be shaped for everyone, regardless of technical expertise.
In this webinar, Michal Becker, Business Analyst from QbeeQ will give a futuristic view of:
•Advanced Analytics - how far away are we?
•What are the steps needed to achieve the future of advanced
•How to make advanced analytics more tangible and
reachable for the average business user
•How will AI and Machine learning bring us closer to achieving
This webinar will also include practical, hands-on examples from Adam Blau, Product Manager Sisense who will discuss:
•Use case of machine learning, bots, and physical indicators to
•Easy to consume data that will allow advanced calculations to
be sent to a wider audience
•Advanced ranking mechanisms that helped a UK health
organization improve operations
Michael Lock VP and Principal Analyst – Analytics & BI Aberdeen Group, Mary Grace Glascott, Director of Product Marketing at
Effective decision makers blend experience and instinct with supporting data. The strategic alignment of analytical capabilities and clean, usable data makes that possible. Natural language generation (NLG) and search-driven analytics are just a few of the new technologies companies are using to connect their most potent business minds with the right data. In this webinar, we’ll explore how you can leverage NLG to enhance business performance.
Ani Manian, Head of Product Strategy at Sisense & Martha Bennett, Forrester Principal Analyst
Business Intelligence is hitting a crossroads. On the one hand, data is getting bigger and more complex while on the other hand more business users, without analytics backgrounds, are demanding the keys to the kingdom. By utilizing analytics BI shifts into the organization’s DNA, laying the foundation for creating a true data-driven company. Join guest speaker, Martha Bennett, Forrester Principal Analyst, and Ani Manian, Head of Product Strategy at Sisense as they explore market trends and share their insights on how to navigate rising expectations and data complexity, towards integrating data as a core part of your company’s culture.
Aaron Hayes, Senior Software Architect, Premium Retail Services & Ani Manian, Head of Product Strategy at Sisense
You’ve probably heard both IoT and the Cloud are great ways to leverage powerful BI and get better and faster insights, increase efficiencies across your organization, and align departments around their goals. But how can you actually implement in a meaningful way?
In this webinar join Ani Manian, Sisense’s Head of Product Strategy, and Aaron Hayes, Senior Software Architect at Premium Retail Services, as they discuss how you can bring your data beyond the screen and to the cloud.
See first hand how Premium Retail Services uses Amazon’s Alexa for a competitive edge, and what to look for - and avoid - when pushing your organization to become even more data-driven.
Martin Butler, Founder of Butler Analytics, and Adam Blau, Account Executive at Sisense
Join Martin Butler, Founder of Butler Analytics, and Adam Blau, Account Executive at Sisense, as they discuss the best way to go about evaluating your BI software down to the smallest details, including a selection template for supplier, functionality, architecture, and administration. Follow their steps and take your business to the next level.
Boaz Farkash - Head of Product Management, Sisense and Philip Lima - CEO, Mashey
Machine learning can identify patterns that humans tend to overlook or can’t find easily in masses of data.
When it comes to business intelligence, machine learning brings real opportunity to:
- Automatically uncover business insights
- Help make products more suggestive in nature
- Empower users to get value faster out of their BI projects
- Reduce implementation complexities
- Generate predictive models
Organizations have begun to notice that by using machine learning, they are able to make new discoveries, as well as identify and solve issues faster, gaining the competitive edge over their competition.
Join Boaz Farkash, Sisense Head of Product Management and Philip Lima, Mashey’s CEO, as they explore how Machine Learning is unlocking the power of Business Intelligence.
To be discussed:
- The Rise of the All-in-One Machines
- Machine Learning is Revolutionizing Immediate Decision Making
- The Power of Business Intelligence Bots
- How Smart Can One Machine Be?
- What Lies Ahead
Lee Hermon, Sisense Engagement Manager and Adi Azaria, Sisense Chief Evangelist
Businesses today already know that visualization in business intelligence is an essential part of competitive success. Yet, too many organizations are falling behind because of the inability to keep up with demand for information. One mistake is thinking that self-serve data visualization is all they need when setting up a self-service BI environment.
Debunking the common myth, we will explore why data visualization IS NOT self-service BI. The only way for Information workers to become more self-sufficient is by having a BI environment that is more usable but also more consumable. It is these two themes—usability and consumability - that play crucial roles in a fully functioning self-service BI environment. Using modern IoT technologies, the modern business can expand access and consumability of data by engaging the human senses of sight, sound, and touch.
Join Lee Hermon, Sisense Engagement Manager, as he explores the limitations of current Self Service Visualization models and Adi Azaria, Sisense co-founder & Chief Evangelist as he introduces how IoT in Business Intelligence is changing the game.
Howard Dresner, CRO, Dresner Advisory Services; Noel Poler, CTO, EREA Consulting; Ani Manian, Head Product Strategy, Sisense
The data landscape is constantly evolving, and the proliferation of smart devices, machine learning, and embedded analytics promises to introduce many exciting new breakthroughs in business intelligence in 2017. Join our panel of thought leaders to discuss their predictions for BI in 2017.
Ani Manian, Head of Product Strategy, Sisense and Philip Lima, Chief Development Officer, Mashey
So you’ve decided you want to jump on the data analytics bandwagon and propel your company into the 21st century with better analytics, reporting and data visualization. But to get a BI project rolling you usually need the entire organization, or at the very least the entire department, to get on board. Since embarking on a BI initiative requires an investment of time and resources, convincing the relevant people in the company to take the leap is imperative. You’ll need to construct a solid business case, defend your budget request and prove the value BI can bring to your organization.
In this webinar you’ll discover:
- Why organizations need to invest in BI to begin with
- How are organization deriving value from BI
- How to build an internal business case for investing in BI
- What are the intricacies of how to build a budget
- How to drive your company to a purchasing decision
- How to start realizing value from BI now
In a world run on data, analytics has become a fundamental part of everything we do. Embedding widget-level analytics into apps, webpages and tools opens a world of product differentiation, greater product adoption, and improved user experience. But you don’t need a data warehouse or a ton of IT or BI resources to implement a best in class embedded analytics solution. With the right tools, you can build flexible data products that don’t require additional infrastructure costs or data prep.
Boris Evelson, VP Principal Analyst at Forrester Research & Sisense Head of Product Strategy, Ani Manian
Organizations are growing their data environments up to 50% a year, in both size and scope. Yet only a fraction of this data is actually being translated into actionable insights and better decision making. So how do you achieve actionable insights from your BI?
Translate growing data into actionable insights and better organizational decision making
Uncover the latest discoveries in BI, Agile BI, big data and artificial intelligence
Discover best practices for merging business and technology management, to receive valuable insights from your BI
The “Old” world of BI, with its IT centric solutions, OLAP based reporting, and limited ad-hoc querying, has a lot of shortcomings that inhibit self-service BI. Yet, with increasing data complexity has come a new age of BI that is focused on taking strides to provide faster, more data driven and integrated solutions to try and empower the business user.
Join Ani Manian, Head of Product Strategy at Sisense, as he explains the old and new trends in data analytics, and how you can make sure you benefit from a more business-centric world. You’ll learn how to set up meaningful KPI’s, model data according to specific business needs, and work interactively with business users to prototype relevant reports.
Data exploration is the first step in data analysis and typically involves summarizing the main characteristics of a dataset. It is commonly conducted using visual analytics tools.
Before a formal data analysis can be conducted, the analyst must know how many cases are in the dataset, what variables are included, how many missing observations there are and what general hypotheses the data is likely to support. An initial exploration of the dataset helps answer these questions by familiarizing analysts about the data with which they are working.
Join Noam Engelberg as he walks you through the 5 best practices for Data Exploration in preparation for Data Modeling.
Jared Lander, Data Scientist and Author of "Getting Started with R: Advanced Analytics and Graphics" and Evan Castle, Product
Learn how to use a growing library of R functions and advanced techniques for deeper statistical and predictive analysis.
Join Jared Lander, the man behind "R for Everyone: Advanced Analytics and Graphics", and Evan Castle from Sisense as they illustrate how R can be used to solve real life business problems.
In this webinar, you'll learn how to:
Predict critical business outcomes
Easily build statistical models in Sisense
Create interactive dashboards using practical statistics
Information optimization is a new focus in the business analytics market. Join Tony Cosentino, VP and Research Director with Ventana Research, as he outline the 3 best practices that will ensure your organization gains full value from its investments.
Craig Aspinall will finish off by presenting the Jack Doheny Companies' Case Study on how creating a data-driven culture saved Jack Doheny Companies $120 million.
Peter Krensky - Research Analyst at Aberdeen Group and Jeremy Sokolic - VP Product at Sisense
Aberdeen’s research shows that the answer to complexity is simplicity. User-friendly analytics pave the path from data collection and preparation through to analysis and final presentation. Easy-to-use tools empower users with intuitive interfaces and mitigate the need for coding and IT assistance. This webinar will examine findings on users with the right tools to prepare, analyze, and visualize complex data and also showcase the analytical practices of Best-in-Class organizations (the top 20% of performers).
Data environments are growing exponentially. Not only is there more data, but there are more data sources. At the same time, the value of unlocking that data and using it to make business decisions is also increasing.
For the business user, understanding this complex data and unlocking its potential is the key to staying ahead of the competition.
For IT organizations, complex data can be the bane of many business analytics programs, causing all kinds of trouble in data management and hindering system performance.
Size of data and number of disparate data sources are two key drivers of complexity. The bigger the data, the more effort needed to query and store it. The more data sources (data tables) the more effort that is needed to prepare the data for analysis.
The data complexity matrix describes data from both of these standpoints. Your data may be Simple, Diversified, Big, or Complex. When considering a Business Analytics program, different approaches are better suited for each data state.