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Video interview: Self-service analytics trends and use cases

Listen to our interview at Big Data LDN with Stuart Wilson, VP EMEA at Alteryx.

Stuart will cover:
·How much is data driving business decisions today?
·Are some countries adopting self-service data analytics faster than others?
·What trends have you seen in enterprise analytics?
·Can you share a couple of examples of how your customers use Alteryx to achieve benefits at business level?
·What trends do you see in your customer base?
·What are the most recurring self-service analytics uses cases you see?
Recorded Nov 17 2016 5 mins
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