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Three Imperatives for Innovating with Cloud Analytics

From social networks to online and mobile clickstreams, business-critical data is increasingly created by external sources and captured in the cloud with hosted databases and applications. What’s more, cloud-based analytics are helping to propel innovation and new business models based on data-driven services. Join Constellation Research and Doug Henschen to learn about data gravity’s shift to the cloud and how it is affecting business intelligence and analytics.

Expect to hear:

  • Why organizations are adopting cloud-based BI
  • How they are approaching the transition from on-premises to hybrid and cloud analytics
  • How businesses are monetizing data and delivering insights as services
  • Actionable steps to assess, plan, and approach your own move to the cloud

About the speakers

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Doug Henschen

Vice President and Principal Analyst at Constellation Research

Doug Henschen is Vice President and Principal Analyst at Constellation Research focusing on data-driven decision making. Henschen’s Data-to-Decisions research examines how organizations employ data analysis to reimagine their business models and gain a deeper understanding of their customers. Henschen's research acknowledges the fact that innovative applications of data analysis require a multi-disciplinary approach starting with information and orchestration technologies, continuing through business intelligence, data-visualization, and analytics, and moving into NoSQL and big-data analysis, third-party data enrichment, and decision-management technologies.

Before Constellation, he led analytics, big data, business intelligence, optimization, and smart applications research and news coverage at InformationWeek. His experiences include leadership in analytics, business intelligence, database, data warehousing, and decision-support research and analysis for Intelligent Enterprise.

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Ashley Kramer

Ashley leads the cloud vision and strategy for Tableau. She is responsible for Tableau’s multi-faceted cloud strategy which includes Tableau Online, running Tableau Server on cloud platforms, and connecting to cloud data. Ashley also manages Tableau’s cloud technology partnerships including AWS, Google, and Informatica. Prior to Tableau, Ashley was a Software Engineer for NASA and Oracle before transitioning into product roles at Amazon and Tableau. Ashley holds a BS in Computer Science and an MSBA in Computer Information Systems.

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Dan Kogan

Director, Product Marketing, Tableau

Dan Kogan is the Director of Product Marketing for Technology Partners at Tableau. Dan and his team focus on the Tableau’s business and go to market strategy around the leading technologies in the analytics, cloud and big data ecosystems. Dan is long time BI industry veteran, having held previous marketing leadership roles in Microsoft in the areas of Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing and Cloud Computing.

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