Government Innovation Webcast Series Explores How Agencies at Every Level Solve Unique Challenges with BI Analytics and Data Management
Today’s public sector, at every level, is increasingly relying on data to improve decision making and streamline operations. However, not all BI and analytics tools are created equal and choosing the right solution is integral to success. Which is why we’ve developed the Government Innovation Webcast Series – a series of four webcasts featuring industry experts in the areas of Internet of Things (IoT), predictive analytics, performance management and geospatial government intelligence.
The Government Innovation Webcast Series kicks off on August 22 and runs through October 17. Each webcast will explore real-life use cases on how federal, state, and local government agencies are using business analytics and data management tools to provide their constituents with better services, reduce fraud and risk, and improve overall efficiency.
Be sure to register for any or all of the following sessions:
- IoT Means Big Data
Tuesday, August 22
In this session, we will explore the unique data management challenges and considerations for IoT, including patterns to enable real-time analytics and machine learning. Join us as we examine compelling IoT customer use cases and case studies in both the public and private sector that Cloudera and Information Builders are powering today.
Thursday, September 21
Join this webcast as we review the business value of predictive analytics, use cases, law enforcement and risk prevention, and examples of predictive business applications. We’ll also provide a demonstration of WebFOCUS RStat, our advanced analytics workbench that provides exploratory and predictive algorithms to enable a single platform for business intelligence (BI), data modeling, and scoring.
Thursday, October 5
Learn how Irving, Texas became one of only two cities in the nation to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Join us as we showcase how the City uses Information Builders' Performance Management Framework (PMF) to ensure a high level of accountability, including how it organizes and presents data to staff, council, and customers; how PMF serves as the hub for carrying out the agency's strategic plan; and how individual departments rely on PMF to track key processes and initiatives.
Tuesday, October 17
Enhance your data with location-based demographics. Gain a better understanding of your data by relating it to the population, housing and businesses in the area. Attend this webcast as we demonstrate how to blend internal data with external demographic data to depict how businesses, people’s behaviors, and other things are changing over time.