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How Self-Service Analytics Fosters Collaboration

Achieving self-service analytics requires tight collaboration between business users and their technical counterparts. Data sources, interfaces, business rules and governance guard rails must be designed to accommodate particular topical domains, and levels of expertise. The process of creating such customized solutions tends to result in very productive collaboration, not just across the IT-business boundary, but also between and among business users and IT professionals alike.

Register for this episode of The Briefing Room to hear veteran Analyst Wayne Eckerson explain how self-service solutions should be designed and implemented. He’ll be briefed by Ellie Fields of Tableau Software who will discuss how to create, adjust and share visualizations that can help you understand and communicate your information effectively.

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Wayne Eckerson

Director of Research, Business Applications and Architecture Group at TechTarget

Wayne Eckerson has been a thought leader and consultant in the business intelligence (BI) field since 1995. He has conducted numerous in-depth research studies and is a noted speaker and blogger. He is the author of the best-selling book Performance Dashboards: Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Your Business. He is a noted keynote speaker and blogger and he consults and conducts workshops on business analytics, performance dashboards and BI, among other topics. For many years, Eckerson served as director of education and research at The Data Warehousing Institute, where he oversaw the company’s content and training programs and chaired its BI Executive Summit. Eckerson is currently director of research at TechTarget, where he writes a popular weekly blog called Wayne’s World, which focuses on industry trends and examines best practices in the application of BI.

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