The ability to explore data visually and deliver analytics results in dynamic data visualizations can help companies gain better and quicker insight for decision making. Visual analytics may seem like a technology for the big guys only, but it holds considerable power for small and midsized businesses, too.
SMB experts Sanjeev Aggarwal and Laurie McCabe, partners at the technology consulting firm SMB Group, will join us Thursday, July 11, at 2:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m. PT) for a video chat on how SMBs can benefit from the use of visual analytics. Tune in to learn:
- Why spreadsheets, reports, and static graphics aren't enough anymore
- How visualization lets business users get more value from information
- What to look for in data visualization tools and what to consider when figuring out which will work best for your company
- How to create a visually oriented data culture
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