Business Intelligence Conference, BI Asia 2011, Bangalore - SiliconIndia



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‘ In today’s economy, businesses need quality insights driven by accurate data more than ever. Yet many IT organizations struggle to provide easy-to-access data stores with the right analytic capabilities, not to mention integrated systems with all the metrics different business users need.

According to Gartner, because of lack of information, processes, and tools, through 2012, more than 35 percent of the top 5,000 global companies will regularly fail to make insightful decisions about significant changes in their business and markets. Organization are vying to learn how to turn their data into that information that will help drive their company forward, making the best use of their single biggest asset -- information systems and the knowledge they hold.

At the SiliconIndia Business Intelligence Conference, you will learn about the challenges, solutions and future of BI from top industry experts and leading-edge peers.

Business Intelligence Conference will offer 11 sessions in two tracks, One, a technical track and the other on Customer Business Value which will focus on case studies from enterprises using BI products

We have lined up some of the best speakers and the sessions & networking will be of the highest order. You'll experience a complete technical immersion, shared with a developer community that is passionate about all exciting developments in the business intelligence world.

You don't want to miss a power packed day with several BI developers, architects, project managers and teams, IT managers and professionals, analysts and business decision makers coming together to build their BI expertise.

Prerequisites: This conference assumes experience implementing DW and BI.

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