Leveraging Information for Business Success

It’s critical for organizations to effectively leverage information to drive business success. Organizations are turning to IT to collaborate effectively with their business counterparts to deliver game changing value, insisting that information and analytics be delivered real-time to the point of decision, that new sources of data are harvested effectively, and that all forms of devices and delivery vehicles are supported. On the other hand, IT realizes that they must deliver a unified infrastructure that provides optimal performance and scalability, that is designed with a service based approach and is incorporated into the overall enterprise architecture, that supports the full breadth of operational and analytical use cases, and that leverages the appropriate mix of cloud and on-premise capabilities. This business and technical backdrop is compelling leading organizations to move beyond the traditional data management approach that tends to be reactive and silo-based to a managed, even predictive approach that values information as a strategic asset.


Marc Smith, Principal Solution Architect at SAS, will address these challenges and present the SAS Information Management framework that manages the entire information continuum through unified technology solutions and strategy and implementation services that span data, analytics and decision management.


Marc Smith, Leveraging Information for Business Success

Data Modelling Zone

In this webcast, data modelling guru Steve Hoberman will speak about the forthcoming Data Modelling Zone conference to be held November 12th-15th 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland http://datamodelingzone.com

JasperSoft Business Intelligence Suite

This short presentation will review how the JasperSoft 4.7 Business Intelligence Suite can be used to provide report and analysis functionality to your current environment. Luke Shannon is a Professional Services Consultant with Jaspersoft.

Luke Shannon, Jaspersoft


Sep 19 2012


8:30 am - 11:45 pm


The Albany Club, 91 King Street East (King/Yonge subway ), Toronto

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