How do we serve real-world, hot-to-go requests for BI and Analytics (which is 80% of requests) without chopping off fingers, scorching eyebrows, or losing customers?
Often we miss the point and the opportunity in addressing the early curve in the Information Lifecycle for both our organization and our customers.
Tonight you'll learn how to put into practice scenarios, processes, and tools for successfully delivering the “Short-Order BI Meal”.
You'll learn how to:
- Cut to the chase
- Manage your customer
- Build for sustainability
- Successfully deliver
- Say “NO”
Jillian McRae is with Aegis in Seattle, where she's a Senior Data & BI Platform Architect & Developer Team Lead. Previously, she worked as a BI Learning Consultant with the Microsoft LEAP Program Team.
She has worked for both Microsoft’s World-Wide and EPG Partner Groups and was the Lead Architect and Developer for the global Partner Learning Plan Tool and its Analytics Platform. Jill is currently working in the Microsoft US Channel Marketing and US Partner Programs Group as the Senior Data & BI Platform Architect & Developer Team Lead.
She's a member of the Microsoft LEAP Team - Learning for Enterprise and Alliance Partners. The LEAP team provides business, learning and technology expertise to the world’s largest enterprise partner organizations to develop their practices with the correct roles, capabilities and capacity and support joint go-to-market business initiatives.