Turning Big Data into a Compelling Visual Story with Data Visualization
Organizations now have the ability to store and process massive amounts of data like never before. And there are huge expectations for turning data into a fundamental driver for business transformation and competitive advantage.
But turning big data into useful information for the business decision maker is still a challenge. Interactive visual analytics, or data visualization, is one way to help make sense of big data. It can help virtually anyone see patterns and trends that other data analysis methods would overlook. This discussion is designed to help people see their data in new ways and to stimulate new ideas and discussion by:
- Describing the connection between vision and cognition
- Introducing the concepts of data visualization for big data
- Presenting visual examples of good and bad choices for reporting and graphical displays
- Demonstrating new techniques for effectively analyzing and displaying big data
This presentation will finish with a demo of the Tableau Software
Howard Morgenstern is a sales consultant at Tableau and is based in Toronto, Canada. He works with enterprise customers and partners throughout Eastern Canada. Howard has a long history in the BI space, having worked at Microsoft as a SQL/BI technical specialist and at BusinessObjects/Crystal Decisions. Howard has a long history in software, having worked in QA, software development, consulting and pre-sales.
- Tableau Software,
Single view of Business Transactions
The presentation will look at What is Investment Book of Records (IBOR)? – “A single technology solution or a collective of functions to enhance Front Office Data Management and dealing processes?”. Erik will be covering the markets questions and drivers in the IBOR Space and highlighting areas of consideration for organisations when discussing IBOR.
Erik Jan Schutte managed a number of large project/programmes at various Investment Management, Pension Fund, Private Wealth and other large institutional clients in Europe. He was a member of the management team of SimCorp Western Europe for five years prior to joining Pentagon.
Erik Jan offers significant experience from both a business and technical perspective; with detailed industry knowledge associated with Straight Through Processing, Messaging, Settlements, Reconciliation, Business Process Reengineering and the creation of new businesses and processes. He has driven change in projects in more than ten countries worldwide and has vast experience within the global institutional markets.
Being PMP credited, Erik Jan applies numerous Project Management methodologies and has significant experience in hosting and contributing to steering group meetings supporting the delivery of significant change programmes.
- Erik Jan Schutte, Addressing the IBOR Challenge