Operational and Monetization Use Cases for Data and Analytics

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 By | december 05, 2016
december 05, 2016

A few months ago, our President and CEO Gerald Cohen teamed with Dr. Rado Kotorov, our chief innovation officer, to publish a book on Organizational Intelligence, outlining how companies can become more competitive with information. This Thursday, December 8, our CMO Michael Corcoran will host a special webcast to drill down on particular use cases that can really impact profitability.

The session, "Operational and Monetization Use Cases for Data and Analytics," is the latest in our Organizational Intelligence Webcast Series. Michael will draw on industry research and case studies from some of our customers on the cutting edge of BI innovation to demonstrate how companies can reap greater returns on their data and analytics investments.

This includes:

  • Operationalizing decision-making and monetizing data assets
  • Expanding governance strategies to incorporate data, analytics, and evolving user requirements
  • Finding the shortest paths to analytical ROI

Of course, information is only as good as a company’s ability to verify its accuracy. Creating data visualizations and disseminating this information to a wide array of users will only lead to errors and discrepancies if data quality is not properly managed. This means that companies need to solve complex integration, data quality, and data management challenges in the shortest amount of time possible in order to realize the full potential of their information.

Michael will elaborate on this in his webcast, and highlight why companies need a comprehensive platform that addresses all of the information management steps in order to truly operationalize their data assets.

Join us on Thursday at 2:00 pm EST to learn more about these and other best practices of deriving maximum value from your information management investments. As we look to 2017, there’s no time like the present to make your data matter.