TDWI World Conferences provide the leading forum for business and technology professionals looking to gain in-depth education on business intelligence (BI), data warehousing (DW), and analytics. Each TDWI World Conference features a unique program of top-notch instructors, full- and half-day courses, one-on-one consulting, peer networking, and an exhibit hall packed with BI solutions. Designed specifically to maximize your learning experience and training investments, the information you gain and key contacts you make at these events will enable you to immediately impact your current initiatives.
- Six days of in-depth, full-day courses
- Practical information you can put to use immediately
- Vendor-neutral, unbiased education
- World-class instructors
How well does your current information architecture support
your enterprise's goals and needs? Are you delivering the
right information at the right time to the people who need
it? And most important, are those consumers able to both
understand and act on the information delivered?
We invite you to take a hard look at these questions and
more at the TDWI World Conference in Las Vegas, where
the featured track of courses is "The Evolving Information
Architecture." Whether it's known, documented, and
optimized—or not!—your enterprise has an information
architecture. But this means so much more than a series
of technologies and systems. How do people look at
information, how is it managed, and where does the true
value lie? What is the flow of information across your
enterprise—information that ultimately becomes intelligence,
empowering users to take action that benefits the business?
Come to Las Vegas and learn about the new IT and how
the next wave is changing business intelligence. How do
we manage and deal with information and get it into the
right hands? We'll look at big data and the enterprise data
warehouse, but with a focus on information and how it works across organizations and departments. You'll have
the opportunity to learn about BI from both sides (that is,
ownership and collaboration between business and IT);
designing your company’s data strategy; the information
supply chain; and more. We'll also look at overcoming
information overload with best practices in visualization, so
that information consumers receive a signal instead of noise.