Oslo Spektrum, June 2nd 2014
GOBI2014 is all about Analytics. You’ll hear lots about the fastest growing area of BI, visual analytics, with demos, talks and even a data viz challenge on stage. Tap into how the world’s largest email service provider, MailChimp, makes sense of its enormous amounts of data with big data analytics. Learn how to find business value from Twitter using social media analytics. Like to see what campaigns your customers are more likely to respond to tomorrow? Predictive analytics provides insights that yield the highest returns. Check out GOBI2014 for inspiration from the world’s leading authorities on analytics.
Take a look at the GOBI2013 website here
Post-conference Workshop June 3rd at Teknologihuset, Pilestrefet 56.
In this workshop, Dr. Barry Devlin builds on his conference keynote and provides a coherent approach to moving from the old BI to the new world.
• Learn how to recognize and address the business drivers for combined BI and analytics approaches
• Meet a modern conceptual architecture for information, process and people
• Explore the resulting logical architecture for information and process that builds upon and expands current BI systems
• Apply these new architectures in their existing system contexts
• Overview important tools and technologies
• Learn how to build a roadmap from today’s BI to the new environment, including organizational, data management and other aspects
TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE!
The Norwegian BI barometer: A survey of BI maturity in the Norwegian market
Are Norwegian companies best in class when it comes to using information for management purposes? Or are they laggards compared to other countries, relying on gut feeling and experience? For the second time there will be a large scale survey of BI maturity in Norway. The survey will give an indication of the level of maturity in using BI in Norwegian companies. The survey will point out which areas are more mature, and which require more attention, both in total and divided by industry and company size. Is your company more or less mature than the industry average? Which areas are most and least mature? Get useful pointers for your own BI efforts at this presentation.
Click here to answer the survey. Your opinion counts!
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