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BI on a Limited or Shrinking Budget: Strategies for Doing More with Less

Now more than ever, BI managers are asked to do more with less. BI budgets for large companies have been trimmed during the recent economic downturn and likely won’t recover any time soon.

Date: 07/07/10

Time: 9:00 AM

Sponsored By BIRST, Jaspersoft, Kognitio, MicroStrategy, PivotLink, SAP, Tableau Software, Teradata, Indicee

Developing an Agile BI Environment: The Insider’s Track to TDWI World Conference – August 2010

“Agile” has rapidly become the new buzzword for data warehousing and business intelligence development — but what does “agile” mean? Better yet, what should “agile” mean? TDWI will take an in-depth look at all dimensions of agile BI at its World Conference from August 15-20 in sunny San Diego, including “agile design and development,” “agile analytics,” “agile DW infrastructure,” and “agile organizations.”

Date: 07/13/10

Time: 9:00 AM

TDWI Online Educational Event: Master Data, Quality and Governance: How to Achieve it and Why You Should Care

If you missed our celebrated “Master Data Quality and Governance” event this past spring in Savannah, you’ll be happy to know that TDWI is taking the show OFF the road! That’s right, we are bringing the highlights of our conference to the web on July 14. Our co-chairs, Jill Dyche and Philip Russom, will be delivering highlights of their conference keynotes, followed by presentations from case study companies that illustrate master data management and governance programs in action.

Date: 07/14/10

Time: 9:00 AM

Duration: Three hours

Sponsored By IBM, Kalido, Talend

Best Practices in Preparing for Master Data Management

Peering under the hood of most organizations’ application infrastructure reveals a variety of off-the-shelf tool suites, proprietary products, home-grown applications, and hundreds, if not thousands of desktop data assets such as spreadsheets, documents, and presentations.

Date: 07/21/10

Time: 9:00 AM

Sponsored By SAP

Mixing Advanced Analytics and Transactional Workloads: The New Generation of Data Warehouses

The enterprise data warehouse (EDW) is fast evolving into an application platform capable of mixing analytics and transactional workloads. A key driver in this trend is the increasing enterprise reliance on analytics-driven “next best action” transactions for e-commerce, customer service, supply chain optimization, and other online applications.

Date: 07/28/10

Time: 9:00 AM

Sponsored By Oracle

When Search and BI Collide

Enterprise search tools now index more than Web pages and text and image files; they can index any data volume, including structured databases, metadata, and transaction feeds. Given the pervasiveness of enterprise search and its ease-of-use, many wonder if search offers a revolutionary new approach to end-user data access.

Date: 08/25/10

Time: 9:00AM

Sponsored By SAP

Unique Requirements of Product Data Quality

Most data quality software techniques – the common ones being data standardization, verification, and matching – were originally designed for customer data. Yet, product data differs sharply from customer data in structure and content.

Date: 09/08/10

Time: 9:00 AM

Sponsored By DataFlux


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