How to Design a Better BI and Analytics Experience for Everyone
Professional analysts have data discovery tools, but what about the 100 million working professionals who need information at a glance? BI tools require a learning curve. A dashboard may be showing the right metrics, but is it telling the right story?
Join Forrester Research and Information Builders at this webcast to learn effective techniques for designing an analytics experience that tells the right story with your data and maps to business objectives.
- 4 key data visualization design steps that turn insights into action
- Process flow for designing apps with visualization components
- Designing dashboards for tactical, operational, and strategic decisions
- Mapping the appropriate data visualization to analysis types and variables
- Best practices for using color and visualization types (bar chart vs pie chart, for example)
- Defining your data "story arc"
Don’t miss this educational session!
- Boris Evelson, Vice President, Forrester Research
Boris Evelson serves business process professionals. A leading expert in BI with Forrester Research, Boris delivers strategic guidance that helps enterprises define BI strategies, governance, and architectures, and identify vendors and technologies that help them put information to use in business processes and end-user experiences.
- Michael Corcoran, Chief Marketing Officer, Information Builders
With more than 20 years’ experience in the software industry, Michael Corcoran has held top management positions in sales and marketing, business development, product management, and systems management. He has played key roles in the development and acquisition of major technologies, including BI, integration middleware, Internet technology, data warehouse, application development, and expert systems. He is a frequent speaker at industry and financial investor conferences and has contributed hundreds of articles to the leading technology and business publications.
Note: We’ll also be hosting a session at 9:00 AM Eastern Time | 3pm CEST for our international audiences. Click here to register.