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Top speakers commit to Business Intelligence Breakfast

July 11, 2013 • Events, Top Stories

Several business leaders and stakeholders representing the ICT industry have confirmed their participation at the ICT Business Breakfast, to be hosted by Africa’s technology news leader, ITNewsAfrica, and sponsor Yellowfin, on 16 July at the Hyatt Regency, Johannesburg.

 

Chose Choeu, MD, Corporate Affairs at Eskom & President of the Information Technology Association (ITA). (Image source: Google/iccwbo.org)

A number of keynote presenters will engage delegates at the Breakfast, including Glen Rabie, CEO and joint founder of Yellowfin; Nathan Williams, CIO, Mine Worker’s Provident Fund; and Dr. Liam Terblanche, CIO at Accsys.

Chose Choeu, MD, Corporate Affairs at Eskom & President of the Information Technology Association (ITA), will chair the event.

This exclusive breakfast, themed Business Intelligence: 2013 & Beyond, will provide delegates with a platform to discuss the evolution of Business Intelligence, relevant software, services and support.

Confirmed speakers will cover a number of key topics including the future of BI & Analytics, the effects of bad data on business intelligence projects and affordable business intelligence– pipe dream or practical reality?

Discussions will focus on how companies can extract maximum value from Business Intelligence solutions in accordance with their scope, goals and expectations.

This value is derived from the ability to reduce wasteful spending by enhancing customer service, lowering the number of customers who terminate relationships with your business and identifying issues before they become problems.

Experts and delegates will tackle specific questions including:

• What are the possible ROI metrics that warrant such huge costs for smaller companies?

• Are there cost effective ways of mining your data, extracting intelligence, and acting pro-actively on business signals, without breaking the bank?

• How does mobility fit into this space?

• If SaaS is the answer, what about security?

The content of this Business Intelligence Breakfast will appeal to heads of IT, BI directors, heads of procurement, business analysts, data modellers and enterprise architects.

Space is limited and industry executives and professionals interested in attending are urged to register their interest today.

For more information please contact Philani Moyo at philani@itnewsafrica.com

Chris Tredger, Online Editor

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