Welcome and Introductions
Presented by Ray Pudlak and Kathleen Butler, Information Builders

Opening Remarks and Information Builders Technology Update
Presented by Gerald Cohen, CEO, Information Builders

WebFOCUS 8.2.01M: Upgrade Considerations and Demonstration
Presented by Mary Casull, Director, Technical Content Services, and Mike Lewis, Senior Systems Engineer, Information Builders
In this session, we will outline the new resources and efficiencies available to facilitate your WebFOCUS Release 8.2.01M upgrade planning. Additionally, we will demo the WebFOCUS Release 8.2.01M upgrade-in-place feature step-by-step.

App Studio Hidden Gems
Presented by Walter Blood, Director of Product Management & Support, Information Builders

Source Control Update
Presented by Dimitri Poulos, Technical Director, Information Builders

Information Builders Services Update
Presented by Dan Ortolani, SVP of Worldwide Customer Services, Information Builders

Self-Service BI with InfoAssist+
Presented by Kathy Kendall, Technical Director, Information Builders
WebFOCUS InfoAssist+ (IA+) delivers business analytics to everyone. It is a single, unified product for visually analyzing complex data sets; generating sophisticated data visualizations, dashboards and reports; and enhancing data-driven decision-making enterprise wide. WebFOCUS InfoAssist+ empowers business users with the ability to glean new value and insight out of their data, without the need to involve IT and business intelligence (BI) developers for many of their analytical needs. This session will demonstrate how you can use IA+ to empower users with self-service BI.

Hidden Gems Continued – All You Need to Know
Presented by Walter Blood, Director of Product Management & Support, Information Builders
This session's gems will include: creating indexes to speed up data retrieval; working with multiple data instances at the same time; exploring hierarchies; experimenting with McGyver and file connections; and exploring the effects of various SETs, the new user functions, and uses of structured hold files.