Business Intelligence/Data Warehouse Special Interest Group

Business Enabling Mission-Critical Data

Business systems are mission critical and contain valuable information on customers, products, suppliers and more. Because this information is so valuable you�re being pressured to open access to these systems by other lines of business that want to access and integrate that critical information, but your primary concern has to be the stability and security of your production system.

This talk will describe techniques for integrating production data without impact or change to existing systems. You will learn about options for providing real-time data for business uses such as:

  • Dashboards, operational business intelligence and real-time reporting
  • e-Commerce sites with real-time order, inventory and customer information
  • SOA enabling and integrating data

Speaker

As Director of Product Management for DataMirror, Paul O�Hagan is responsible for new feature development for DataMirror�s real-time data integration solutions, including Transformation Server, iReflect and Integration Suite. He has over 10 years of experience in the IT software industry and is a sought-after speaker on such topics as service enabling legacy data, real-time data warehousing, enterprise data integration and enterprise knowledge management. Paul�s teams have won numerous New Product industry awards.

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Time and Location of Meeting

Meeting Details: Tuesday, October 3, 2006

New Location: Room 302, Metro Hall, 55 John St (between King and Front Streets, west of St Andrew Subway). Please note the new venue.

5:45 pm: Registration for prompt 6:00 pm start
7:30 pm. Expected Finish

No need to pre-register – just show up!

No charge for IRMAC members.  Non-members: $20.

Questions please contact

Date

Oct 03 2006
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Time

5:45 pm - 7:30 pm

Location

Location: Room 302, Metro Hall, 55 John St (between King and Front Streets, west of St Andrew Subway).

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