A lot has been said over the past few years about “clouds” “big data”, “real time data feeds” and “the active data warehouse”. Unfortunately, much of the dialog centered on the technology and management of the data.

Of course, the real issue is how to make the data valuable to your business, and the ones responsible for that task are the users and executives themselves. In order to make the data more timely and relevant, users are starting to demand more direct, and more self-directed, access. In addition, users are already “self-serving” in many aspects of their daily lives and that is setting expectations for capability in their everyday work processes. This session provides examples of the various types of analytic self-service with analogies to other venues, the responsibilities and expectations of the environment and the users, as well as some tools and processes available to make self-service a reality.

Presenter: Rob Armstrong - Teradata Corporation

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Course number:51223
Training URL:http://www.teradata.com/t/ten/
Format:Recorded webcast
Credit hours:1.00