Join our upcoming presentation as we explore why business intelligence (BI) is different in the digital age.
The presentation convenes in an executive board room at the Braves' new SunTrust Park, where we'll show you how to avoid the five biggest mistakes organizations make when using data and analytics as part of their digital transformation initiatives and – most importantly – get a checklist for smooth sailing.
We’ll discuss how to align your data and analytics strategy to deliver the highest value by:
- Understanding high-ROI use cases for analytics to drive performance, streamline operations, and improve customer experience
- Embedding analytics into Salesforce and other applications to help front-line employees be better sales- and service-people
- Ensuring data is integrated, trusted, and business-ready
- Unlocking BI adoption to a wide spectrum of users
Don’t miss these lessons learned from some of the world’s biggest and best deployments of enterprise data, analytics, and BI.
Join Us for the Game
After the presentation, we'll move to our executive suite for refreshments, food, and to watch the Braves take on the St. Louis Cardinals.
Seating is limited. Register now to secure a spot – and bring your baseball mitt!
Chris Banks is senior director of Business Intelligence and Analytics at Information Builders.
During his 20-year career in the enterprise software industry, Mr. Banks has held management positions in sales, product marketing, product management, and quality assurance. He has played key roles in the development of major technologies, including business intelligence (BI), integration middleware, and data warehouse tools.
Mr. Banks also serves as a corporate evangelist, evangelizing about the company and software solutions. An award-winning presenter, Mr. Banks engages his audience with his unique style and delivery, allowing people to gain a different perspective on current issues in their respective industry, along with an attainable plan for success.
In his free time, Mr. Banks is a published and commercial photographer.