EST: 9:00 a.m. | PST: 6:00 a.m. | GMT: 14:00 IT departments continue to express concerns about the increased adoption of self-service analytics within the line-of-business. How do you address the concerns of loss of control, governance challenges and risks of technical debt? How do you balance the business appetite for self-service analytics tools while maintaining solution integrity? How do you foster increased collaboration and trust for analytics projects?
EST: 10:00 a.m. | PST: 7:00 a.m. | GMT: 15:00 Collaboration between enterprise architects and application leaders will reduce conflicts, improve results and enable line of sight between strategy and execution. But, differences in architectural context and conflict of interests impede collaboration. In this webinar, we will present the challenges and best practices for collaboration between application leaders and enterprise architects.
EST: 10:00 a.m. | PST: 7:00 a.m. | GMT: 15:00 Strategic technology trends have significant disruptive potential over the next 5 years. You must examine your business impacts and appropriately adjust business models and operations or else your company is at risk of losing competitive advantage to those who do. IT cannot afford to ignore these 2018 top tech trends.
EST: 9:00 a.m. | PST: 6:00 a.m. | GMT: 14:00 The ways in which organizations deliver business intelligence and analytics insights are evolving, notably in the rising use of what is called data storytelling. This trend is an extension of the now dominant self-service model of BI, combining explorative data visualization with narrative techniques to deliver insights in a way that engages with decision makers in a compelling and easily assimilated form. This presentation will explore what data storytelling is, how it is evolving and how to best use it to go beyond reporting and dashboarding.
Organizations are becoming increasingly concerned that their existing strategies won't be fit to serve the next generation of customers. There is a psychology behind why Millennials and Gen-Z behave differently when they behave differently. Understanding that psychology will enable IT leaders to make technology decisions which will support their organization's customers and business growth over the next two decades.
Modern BI and analytics is not (only) about having the right set of tools. Without the right organization model, the proper roles, skills, processes and governance, the chances of succeeding are slim. This webinar identifies the best practices and critical success factors required to deliver according to user expectations.
Do you envy other companies that innovatively wield information as a competitive weapon? Does your organization inventory and track its office furniture, but not its data? Do your executives have any idea what your information assets are actually worth or their untapped economic value? Infonomics is a new discipline for IT, information, business, and corporate leaders who demand their organizations squeeze ever-more value from available data. Doug Laney shares answers from his new book, Infonomics: Monetizing, Managing and Measuring Information for Competitive Advantage, on how to thrive, not just survive, in the Information Age.
Key risk indicators should have defensible causal relationships to business impacts and present leading indicators to decision makers. Linking risk to corporate performance through good metrics will improve the relevance of risk and security to executives and make the risk and security program more effective.
Customer experience (CX) is now a top priority for CEOs. Midsize enterprises embrace customer experience with a deep focus on customer satisfaction, but face more challenges in monetizing ROI from CX investments, according to a recent Gartner study. Find out how applications leaders of midsize enterprises can offer a customer experience on par with their large-enterprise counterparts despite fewer resources.