BI for the Right Side of the Brain
Earlier this year at the Gartner Business Intelligence & Analytics Summit on March 19, 2013, Donald Farmer,VP of Product Management at QlikTech, delivered a presentation discussing the enigmatic human side of BI. He suggests that BI contains an emotional and intuitive aspect that enables users to back decisions by exploring instincts. In the video, you’ll learn about:
- Information foraging – Why returning more information with less structure makes it easier to find the right information.
- Touch experience – What a “lean back” experience means and how touch-based browsing is a better way of processing information.
- Social trust – How collaboration is more than sharing
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and publishing, because decisions are not made in isolation, they’re collaborative.
You’ll also learn how to manage your information supply chain to drive better decisions by providing business users with a touch-based collaborative experience. Click here to view the video on QlikTech’s site.
Bernard Wehbe is responsible for operational strategy, account management and the management of day-to-day company activities at StatSlice Systems. He has over twelve years of consulting experience focused exclusively on data warehousing and business intelligence. His experience includes data warehousing architecture, OLAP, data modeling, ETL, reporting and dashboarding, business analytics, team leadership, and project management. His business systems expertise includes but is not limited to Consulting Services, Financial Services, Retail, Transportation, Manufacturing, Telecom, and Online Subscription. Bernard received a Bachelor of Science as well as a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering & Management from Oklahoma State University.
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