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This week we started with Timo Elliott presenting “Nobody Agrees on Anything to do with Big Data – Except That It’s a Big Deal”, and today I am looking forward to join the SAP Big Data Chat

It does not end yet!

Tomorrow we will have another exciting topic in the Big Data webinar series titled BI in a Big Data world. Whenever I present the topic of Big Data inadvertently I get asked – How is BI different in a Big Data world then jBI? The webinar will be presented by Mimi Spier who is Senior Marketing Director, Big Data & Analytics at SAP. Mimi has spent the last 18 years strategizing, building, launching and implementing software applications for world-class enterprise companies, like Oracle, BusinessObjects, Hyperion and SAP. In her current role Mimi is responsible for the Analytics cross portfolio strategy including GTM for Big Data, Mobile and Internet of things.

  

Here is a great sneak pre-view of a slide from Mimi’s presentation to motivate you to join the session /wp-content/uploads/2013/10/opportunity_298763.png

Title: BI in a Big Data world

Abstract: BI in a Big Data world transitions from Business Analysts using simple Business Performance reporting to being supported by data science experts using predictive analysis to uncover new signals and build prescriptive models to transform business processes. The session will provide  powerful use cases highlighting the use of variety of information sources(external, Unstructured, machine generated) that are driving the next level of consumer engagement

When: 17 October 2013 at 5 pm CET/ 8 am PST

How to join https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/9727/90197

Interested in finding out more?

If the webinar inspires you to explore and learn more about Big Data then be sure to check out the document that I maintain as the single source of upcoming and on-demand webinars that are available

 

Join the Big Data conversation

You can check out the Big Data relevant social resources on the big data website or use the hashtags #SAP #BigData

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