On-Demand Webinar

Top 10 Business Intelligence Trends for 2015

Welcome to The Future—the one we’ve been waiting for since 1989. No, we don’t have the hoverboards we were promised. But there is still plenty to celebrate!

Every New Year we look forward to sharing with you the top business intelligence trends to watch.

Watch this 60 minute webinar exploring the top trends in business intelligence for the upcoming year including:

  • Data governance becomes a key area of focus
  • Social intelligence competitive advantage balloons
  • Self-service rapidly spreads throughout departments and organizations
  • Data journalism investment in data analytics magnifies
  • Cloud analytics—not just for cloud data anymore

About the speakers

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Ellie Fields

Senior Director, Product Development

Ellie Fields is a Senior Director of Product Development. Prior to Tableau, Ellie worked at Microsoft and in late-stage venture capital. She has an engineering degree from Rice University and an M.B.A. from The Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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Ted Wasserman

Product Management, Tableau

Ted leads Tableau's data strategy and execution. This includes product planning, setting the strategic vision, and leading the execution of new features and integration with technology vendors. Prior to joining Tableau, Ted worked at IBM for seven years in the Information Management division in a number of different roles including technical consulting, channel marketing, and business development. Ted holds a bachelor's degree and master's degree in computer science from Queen's University.

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Daniel Hom

Product Marketing Specialist, Tableau Software

Dan leads product marketing for Tableau’s business products, new product experience and online training. He has a certificate in data science and often speaks about how Tableau is advancing the world of data analytics. Dan has a multimedia journalism background and has worked at the Financial Times and Northwestern University’s Medill News Service, as well as working with Tableau Public to build interactive data visualizations for major news publications including the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Forbes and more.

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