Whether you are just starting a new data management or analytics practice inside your company or trouble shooting a system that is already in place, you need to know about the emerging trends that will affect your plan.
What factors are impacting data management strategies right now? How can you improve your analytics practice to compete with digital native rivals?
We've got the answer in this All Analytics radio show. We'll look at the trends today and how you can make the most of what you have. We'll look at some real remedies to systems that aren't working. We'll also answer questions from the audience.
How can you sharpen your analytics and data management strategy in 2017? Find out as we welcome Karen Lopez into the All Analytics Radio studio. She is a senior project manager and principal consultant with InfoAdvisors, a project, database, and data management consultancy. Lopez has deep experience in the field, and will talk about what she's seen and answer your real-world questions.
Join us at 2 pm ET/11 am PT on Wednesday, February 8, 2017.
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