Everyone in your organization needs information to work smarter, but analytical tools aren't necessarily appropriate for every audience. That's where embedded analytics comes in.
Join Wayne Eckerson from Eckerson Group and Information Builders' CMO Michael Corcoran as they discuss how organizations are getting more value and driving higher user adoption by embedding analytics into environments that business and operations users already use on a daily basis, including Salesforce, Sharepoint, and more.
You will learn:
- How embedded analytics increases business performance in operational environments
- How embedded analytics can align strategy with execution through all levels of the operation to shorten the time to business impact
- How to use advanced analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning in embedded environments to deploy knowledge and experience – even to novice employees
- The differences and similarities of descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics in embedded scenarios
Wayne W. Eckerson is an internationally recognized thought leader in business intelligence and analytics who thinks critically, writes clearly, and presents persuasively about complex topics. He is a sought-after consultant, noted speaker and bestselling author. Eckerson is founder and principal consultant at Eckerson Group, a research and consulting firm that helps business leaders use data and technology to drive better insights and actions.
With nearly 30 years’ experience in the software industry, Michael Corcoran works with the executive management team to develop and communicate corporate and product strategy. During his career, Michael has played key roles in the development and acquisition of major technologies, including business intelligence (BI), integration middleware, Internet technology, data warehouse, application development, and expert systems. Michael is a frequent speaker at industry and financial investor conferences and has lectured at the Yale School of Management, Columbia University, University of Michigan, New York University, and St. John’s University.