Blogger: Andy Mccartney

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Andy McCartney is the director of product marketing at Information Builders, responsible for the development and delivery of WebFOCUS go-to-market strategies, establishing differentiation, positioning and messaging, and building demand and market awareness of the company’s BI and analytics products.
Andy is a fanatical marketing and analytics strategist and practitioner – with 25 years in the high tech industry with software vendors and marketing agencies in Europe and North America. Originally based in London, Andy started his career as an applications developer, before moving into pre-sales, product management and product marketing. For the last 20 years he has focused on marketing strategy, planning, execution and enablement with bases in New York and Atlanta, GA.
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How to Extend the Reach of Excel with WebFOCUS Quick Data

May 03, 2016

This is a particularly valuable tool for Excel users who are looking to access and maniuplate data from mulitple governed sources. This hands-on video demonstrates Quick Data, a WebFOCUS add-on that...

A Dramatic 2016 Masters - Did the Numbers Agree?

April 11, 2016

As a keen golfer I was glued to the Masters on Sunday, and the fluctuations in fortunes for the leaders. I am sure everyone can point to the 10 minutes of the day that changed everything, when Jordan...

In-Document Analytics Delights with Anytime, Anywhere Analytics for All

March 21, 2016

There's a buzz in the air around here. Ever since the packed house a Gartner last week, we've been excited to talk to people about the next big innovation in BI and analytics, something we call "In-...

WebFOCUS Now Available in Three Editions

February 12, 2016

WebFOCUS is now available in the following three flavors:  Business User Edition Application Edition Enterprise Edition Why the change and when should each edition be leveraged? The world...

“Self-Service Analytics for Everyone” ... Please Explain!

January 27, 2016

It is a simple enough positioning statement:  "Information Builders provides software that enables self-service analytics for everyone".  Or is it?  Perhaps that sentence needs a...