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“How do I empower end-users to break the bottleneck of overly centralised BI and analytics programmes?
How do I foster a team of information and analytics leaders across the enterprise?
How do I extract value from the exponentially growing and complex data?”
As IT Executives or Business Intelligence (BI) professionals, these kind of questions are often top of the mind. To help you find answers and keep you abreast of the latest technology trends in the sector, Gartner is hosting the Gartner Business Intelligence, Analytics & Information Management Summit 2016 on June 7 and 8 in Mumbai.
Fast-moving trends such as algorithmic marketplaces, smart machines, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are bringing major changes, opportunities, and challenges. It is reported that by 2018, algorithm marketplaces combined with Platform as a Service (PaaS) will boost advanced analytics and enable secure sharing and monetisation of raw data. As an outcome, norms about BI are constantly evolving.
Today, while information is quickly becoming the most valuable asset that organisations have, they are also increasingly opening up data to employees as they are seeing data as an important enabling factor for employees to get their work done. That’s why organisations are also looking at developing a robust information-centric culture and thereby ultimately outpacing the competition. This has resulted in the Chief Digital Officer (CDO) gaining wide-spread attention and importance in organisations. CDOs are playing a key role in turning the organisation into a digital powerhouse by engaging employees to take advantage of information and by supporting emerging information leaders.
All these developments point out to a key message – you need the right roles and culture throughout the organisation to build a truly information-centric business.
That is why Gartner Business Intelligence, Analytics & Information Management Summit 2016 is a must-attend for everyone – from Chief Analytic Officers, business and BI analysts, data scientists, IT and business strategists and planners to investors and Chief Financial Officers. The Summit brings you actionable sessions on key trends to transform your business. At the summit this year, you will get a practical update as well as a strategic view across the breadth of today’s IM and analytics priorities. You can discover new governance practices that can help you ensure order and consensus without inhibiting innovation, understand the latest fast-moving trends such as advanced Multi-domain MDM, analytic marketplaces, data lakes, smart machines and Hadoop, and much more.
Curated sessions and inspirational experts
The 2016 agenda features power-packed sessions on interesting topics such as – What’s the big data warehouse deal? The future of data management for analytics; information infrastructure to support bimodal IT and digital business; and much more. It also has interestingly curated workshops on topics such as assessing and progressing your information governance initiative; digital information design — winning formula for information architecture; among others.
To capitalise on the learning opportunity, you could bring in a team who can split up, thereby covering the maximum sessions and share take-aways later. You could also choose to attend sessions that are most relevant and align your key priorities with the entire team.
The sessions will be facilitated by Gartner experts, practitioners, analysts, and experts. You will get to hear from specialists like Bhavish Sood, Research Director at Gartner and Debra Logan, VP & Gartner Fellow, who has more than three decades of industry experience and is an expert on strategic information management.
Meet face-to-face with the big names in the industry and strike a deal at the exhibition
Not many events deliver the sheer number of qualified attendees like a Gartner event does. Typically, more than 80 per cent of attendees are Gartner clients; this includes 74 per cent of Fortune 1000 and 75 per cent of Global 500 companies.
Gartner events bring together the most qualified IT buyers anywhere in the world — high-level decision makers who are actively seeking solutions and services. Access to this kind of highly qualified audience results in high-quality introductions, interactions, and relationship building.
Whether your company is an emerging innovator or an established force, the turnkey booths and dedicated exhibit floor hours provide a professional environment that is conducive for doing business.
Also, you could explore the opportunity to demo your solution at the Solution Showcase; present case studies and in-depth information in a Solution Provider Session; showcase your solution in a theatre presentation; and more.
Alternatively, if you are looking at gaining a comprehensive understanding of what technologies are available, which of those are right for you, and how they shape up against the competition, you should definitely visit the Solution Showcase and Solution Provider Sessions. At the Solution Showcase, you'll learn more about the latest cutting-edge solutions — from the best-of-breed providers. You can get the information you need from the exhibitors to make informed decisions. At the Solution Provider Sessions, you will get to know more about some of the market's most fascinating solutions. You'll hear real-life examples from those who have deployed solutions successfully, including their strategies, challenges, and results.
Book your seats today!
So it’s time take a deep dive into a broad range of topics – self-service, modern bimodal BIA platforms, analytics governance, and more. There’s something to gain for every data and analytics professional.
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