I’m looking forward to participating in the Bloor Group’s Virtual Circle Briefing Room on May 24th at 4 pm Eastern in the briefing titlted “Self-Service Business Intelligence – Empowering Users with Easier Integration“. For those that don’t have the opportunity to participate in analyst briefings, now is your chance. I really like this format that Bloor has started. It is a public webcast where a company spends 15 minutes showing off their technology and paired with an industry analyst for comments and trends, followed by an open Q&A session. The session is moderated by DM Radio’s Eric Kavanagh . In our session, we (and by we, I mean Quest Software’s Director of Product Management, Christian Hasker) will be paired up with data integration expert, Mark Madsen. You can register for the event at http://bit.ly/fMpjal
Here’s the Abstract:
Most business people want autonomy. They want the ability to analyze the wealth of data around them, whether or not it’s in an accessible data warehouse. Trouble is, data integration can be downright challenging, both technically and financially. The good news is that integration options continue to expand, while data providers – from Salesforce.com to the host of on-premises enterprise apps – recognize the widespread desire for interoperability.
Register for this episode of The Briefing Room to learn from data integration veteran Mark Madsen, who will provide insights on how you can take advantage of the many Web-based and traditional data integration options available today. Madsen will then be briefed by Christian Hasker of Quest Software, who will discuss the importance of self-service data integration for business intelligence, and how users can easily connect to a myriad of data stores such as SQL Server, spreadsheets, Salesforce.com, OBIEE, NoSQL and Hadoop to reduce data integration project costs and speed time to analytics.
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|Date and time:||Tuesday, May 24, 2011 3:00 pm
Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)
|Tuesday, May 24, 2011 1:00 pm
Pacific Daylight Time (San Francisco, GMT-07:00)
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