Call for Papers is open for the BI + Analytics Conference, the successor to last year’s ASUG BI+Analytics Conference, to be held in Nashville August 7-9.

 

This year Eventful Conferences is producing the event, based on their research roundtable experiences in discussing hot topics with customers, partners and SAP.    But first, a little about Nashville, Tennessee.

 

The location of the event is Music City Center, which is a great location in the heart of downtown Nasvhille.  The convention center staff is friendly, and I’m fortunate in all the times I’ve traveled to Tennessee I’ve experienced some great southern food and southern hospitality.  They really do make you “feel right at home”.  Another personal experience that you must take is visiting the Grand Ole Opry.  I’ve been there more than once and even though I am not a country music fan I absolutely had a great time.  I saw Taylor Swift perform, Allison Kraus and the great Canadian Country group Emerson Drive.  The highlight is the square dancing…not to be missed!

If you are interested in submitting an abstract, I recommend you first download the hot topics paper.   The ten tracks were developed based on Eventful’s thorough research methods.

 

Why should you submit?
If you are a customer speaker, Eventful Conferences says

“If you are a customer speaker and selected to be on our agenda, we will cover your flights, accommodation and conference pass to be our VIP guest – the first time the conference has committed to this thus far.”

 

Also note this:

If you work for a partner organization, your submission should be in conjunction with a customer in order to be considered.

Why should you attend?

See this conference link for 5 reasons to attend, along with an excerpted graphic from the site:

Source: Eventful Conferences

What is the deadline for submission?

The deadline is March 24th.

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