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Agile vs. Traditional Business Intelligence: A Hands on Approach

Agile vs. Traditional Business Intelligence: A Hands on Approach

Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Time: 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET
Duration: 60 minutes

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This fast-paced webinar will show the critical differences between traditional and next-generation BI—and provide real-world examples demonstrating how next-gen BI can be integrated into corporate apps quickly and inexpensively. You will learn:

  • Why traditional BI approaches no longer make sense
  • What traits define whether self-service BI is truly agile
  • How to implement interactive dashboards, customized views, and more in days rather than months
  • How to embed BI functionality within existing apps
  • How implementing BI can reduce user demand for development of custom data-analysis and reporting applications
  • How agile BI technology can help bridge the gap between user expectations and development realities

Check out this educational webcast to learn more!

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Featured Speakers:

J.D. Hildebrand:  — Editor at Large, Dr. Dobb's
Charles Caldwell:  — Business Intelligence Consultant, LogiXML

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