Analytics Everywhere: The Value of Embedding Business Intelligence into Apps

Presented by

Wayne Eckerson, Founder and Principal Consultant, Eckerson Group and Steve Sarsfield, Director of Product Marketing, Vertica

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Embedded analytics closes the last mile between insights and action. It puts charts, reports, databases, and entire self-service analytical environments inside applications that run your business. Join us on this webcast and learn how embedded analytics can add value to your applications and drive competitive advantage. You will also see real life examples of companies that have successfully embedded solutions like Vertica Big Data Analytics. What You Will Learn: • Why you should embed analytics • Pros and cons of embedding open source versus commercial analytics products • Evaluation criteria for selecting an embedded product • Real-life use cases from Vertica customers who have had success embedding analytics

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