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Game-Changing Data Management + Self-Service Business Intelligence

Innovative leaders in IT and Big Data are racing to meet the accelerating challenges of today's business climate.   Exploding data volumes and analytics options creates opportunity but also complexity.  

What are the opportunities and challenges for IT, data warehousing and business innovation?  How will they keep pace with demand?  How do they – or do they – all need to change to accommodate new market surroundings?

Our Keynote Speaker, the Chief Architect at JPMorgan Chase, Emil Werr, has solutions in mind you will want to hear about.  His talk will be followed by networking and a panel discussion featuring senior executives from Teradata Aster, Informatica, Information Builders, and Tableau.

Who should attend:  existing or aspiring practitioners of BI, Data Warehousing, Data Science, Data Management, and Analytics.

Technology Discussion Panel forms the second half of our program – featuring executive representatives from Teradata Aster, Informatica, Information Builders, and Tableau.  Facilitated by our keynote speaker, the Vendor Panel will address topics such as:

·  What does the new data ecosystem look like?

·  What architecture innovations need to be considered?

·  How do we drive business agility through acceleration of information processing and rapid data integration?

·  How do we reduce IT cost, while data and complexity continue to grow?

·  How will business needs be addressed?


Emil Werr - Managing Director, and Chief Architect at JPMorgan Chase for Data Management & Analytics. 

Emil spearheads the data management and analytics transformation program at JPMC, driving innovation and self-service analytics.  Previously, Emil was head of commercial development for NYSE Big Data products.  Emil has multiple patents pending in data integration and workflow, and has received several awards in technology innovation, and agile information delivery.  As Chief Data Architect at the NYSE, Emil led data strategy and development of an enterprise data ecosystem.


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·  LinkedIn Group: TDWI NYC Tri-State Area Chapter 

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  • jennifer z.

    Great event, very informational.

    1 · June 4, 2014

  • Jaime F.

    Great seeing everyone who made it out to the event today! We'll be announcing a few new events shortly.

    June 4, 2014

  • Howard_NYC

    please e-mail vocabulary and/or reading materials so I can get up to speed prior to event... THX

    May 31, 2014

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  • David I.

    A few days before the meeting, check back on for a radical approach to getting a lot more analytics done in a lot less time.

    May 20, 2014

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    Looking forward

    May 14, 2014

  • Dan B.

    If any of you ever visit NorCal, I invite you to my ML class. Project 1, predict the stock market. Until then you can join remotely:

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