8.45 to 9.20 AM:
Registration, Conversations & Connections

9.20 to 9.30 AM:
Welcome Note

9.30 AM to 10.15 AM: Keynote Addresss
Emerging Trends and Technologies in the Business Intelligence Market

Business Intelligence is undergoing an evolution. Get to know the key trends that will drive BI in organizations, as well as the most important emerging BI technologies, and which vendors will provide them. Also learn discuss how organizations can begin to meld emerging trends into existing architectures. For those who like to stay ahead of the curve, and want to help shape the future, this keynote address focuses on the future of Business Intelligence.

Srinivas Thiagarajan, Director & BI Practice Head,
Intelligroup Asia Limited

10.15 AM: Break

10.45 to 12 Noon: Transforming Business Intelligent for everyone

Business Intelligence has always been the realm of niche users in the companies. Come to this session to have a look at how this has transformed to something everyone can use and consume. Now, knowing business insight before the roadblocks are hit is an important aspect of dynamic businesses. Even in this constrained environment people are looking at innovative way to reduce cost and maximize their profits. This session will give you some insight into some of the common tools and techniques that you can use to make your dreams come true. The power is within you to get unlocked.

Vinod Kumar M, Technology Evangelist, Microsoft India

12 Noon to 12.45 PM:

Integrating Business Intelligence into Line-of-Business Applications

Find out how to create business intelligence systems easier than ever. In addition to using those systems for reporting and analysis, it is now possible to utilize that collected business knowledge within line of business systems. This session presents practical examples of ways to utilize multidimensional and data mining data sources within transactional systems. Examples includes no-code data validation, fuzzy-logic look up and grouping, and predictive analysis.

Gunaranjan Vasireddy, Senior Architect - BI Practice, Wipro Technologies

12.45 PM to 1.30 PM: Lunch

1.30 to 2.15 AM: Design approaches for real-time BI

Real-time BI solutions, like all BI implementations, are neither cookie-cutter, straight forward, or appropriate for all solutions. For instance, moving multiple terabytes of data over the network in a real- time fashion is probably not an ideal candidate for a real-time solution. Attend this session to know more about design approaches to real-time BI.

Ramesh Loganathan,Managing Director(and VP-Products),Progress Software India.

2.15 to 3.00 PM: Implementing MDM for BI and Data Integration

In this session, learn how the existing methods and practices in place with the data warehouse can be expanded to support (and strengthen) Master Data Management (MDM). Learn how the MDM and BI combination makes sense and where the combination presents risk. When done right, not only can the data warehouse strengthen an MDM effort, but MDM can breathe new life into your data warehouse. You also get to learn the "hidden gems" of the data warehouse - how to leverage existing development practices for MDM success and the different approach to data quality, data correction, and integration in an MDM and DW environment.

Srinivasan Ganesan, Senior Program Manager (AVP-IT),GE Money


3.00 to 3.30 PM: Networking & Coffee/Tea Break

3.30 to 4.15 PM: Best Practices for Data Warehousing

How to improve performance, scale, and manageability in data warehousing? This session gives insights into performance improvements, partitioned table parallelism improvements, enhanced loop join parallelism, partition-aligned indexed views, data compression, backup compression, resource governor, and other enhancements. This talk explains how to use these features together, along with good data warehouse design principles, to solve your high- scale data warehouse problems most effectively.

Raghavan Madabhushi, Head - SOA DW, Bodhtree Consulting


4.15 to 5.00 PM:

BI Design and Implementation Challenges

In this session, we'll walk through techniques to solve tricky design and implementation challenges for integration problems.

Srinath Vellore, SAP BI/BW Corporate Trainer


5.00 PM to 5.30 PM: Tips & Tricks

Here's a session that can serve as a convenient best practices reference for BI architects/ developers. Six attendees, chosen by way of voting, will be given opportunity to present for 10 minutes. They share tricks of trade and their experiences. You can learn hands-on from the people who have did it themselves.


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