The amount of global data creation and replication will grow at a compound annual rate of 23% for the next three years, according to research firm IDC. That makes managing enterprise data more critical than ever, and business intelligence is playing an important role. As adoption of BI increases across enterprises, businesses are looking to advanced capabilities to address challenges with sophisticated use cases and allow all levels of stakeholders to perform tasks that previously required the skills of a data scientist.
In this panel discussion, experts in the field will explore the features that will help organizations move toward a data-driven culture. These include augmented analytics, embedded analytics, self-service and interactive enablement, mobile application delivery, and natural language querying.
Join us to find out:
--Which BI features can best support your business model and goals
--Augmented analytics capabilities that give business users power to build their own queries
--Guided analysis that steers users through the appropriate workflow
--How self-service and interactive tools can improve productivity and expand data comprehension and usage
Craig Stedman, Industry Editor, TechTarget
Ryan Ries, Practice Lead, Mission
Donald Farmer, Principal, TreeHive Strategy
Pierre DeBois, Founder and CEO, Zimana