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How a Data-Driven Culture Improves Organizational Performance

In the last few years, many researchers and analysts have predicted power shifts in business intelligence and analytics world. Today, self-service analytical tools are enabling information workers everywhere identify new insights and drive business performance.

In this webinar, you will hear from IDC Research expert and Amaysim BI Manager on:

Why meeting the analytical needs of business users matter to organizational performance
What’s driving leaders in APAC enterprises towards a self-service paradigm?
How to encourage adoption of analytical tools in your organization
How leading APAC enterprises such as Amaysim are adopting self-service analytics and the benefits they’ve experienced.
Register for this webinar and learn how to make a difference using data in your own organization.
Recorded Oct 16 2015 54 mins
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Brian McDonough Research Manager, IDC Adrian Loong Business Intelligence Manager, Amaysim Telecommunications, Julian Dell I
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