Data governance is a hot topic in the Business Intelligence and Analytics space right now. Most professionals in this area are familiar with it, but it has been largely considered a nice-to-have up until now.
This article was written by our Guest Blogger, Jamie Oswald, who is an expert in data analytics.
In the very beginning of our conference preparation we do research. We bring in an array of people with diverse job titles, from small and large companies that have multiple perspectives on the state of BI+Analytics to one table. By documenting and consuming all of these interactions, we possess a rare set of ingredients that help us to find special people that can speak to the topics of conversation in a way that will resonate with all attendees of BI+Analytics.
Gabe Orthous – Analytics Strategist Consultant, National Initiatives, Himformatics
Healthcare Analytics is a huge factor in today’s transformation towards Value-Based Care. The power of data is instrumental for making actionable decisions to improve both healthcare and financial outcomes. View this webcast to learn how your company can drive results with effective front-end strategies that optimize user adoption and support a culture of analytics including:
The continuous proliferation of data keeps pushing enterprises to shift their strategical business focus towards analytics. To answer this new demand, a plethora of software applications are available boasting business efficiencies and data management specifically for organizations transitioning into the BI and Analytics world. Of all options to manage these new circumstances and exponential growth of data, Predictive Analytics has become the fan favorite. Reason being, the monetary return on investment is far exceeding initial expectations.
Debating whether or not to attend the BI + Analytics Conference in Nashville, August 7 – 9? Well, debate no more. We’ve whittled down our long list of reasons to present to you the top justifications on why you need to register, today! Continue reading
It’s become basic knowledge that humans are capable of registering information through visuals quicker than we can comprehend text. In fact, studies prove that we process graphics 60,000 times faster than the written word! Given this visual literacy statistic, as well as the progress of new technological capabilities within Business Intelligence, it’s easy to understand the significance of utilizing Data Visualization within your organization.
Business Intelligence is changing the game – literally and figuratively. For sports fans, consumer expectations have jumped to a brand new level of expectation. How they personally view, interact, and experience sought after information from their favorite teams should now be fully customized to their preferences, consistently up to date and in real-time, and fully accessible around the clock (to name just a few of their anticipated demands).