Achieving Predictive Analytics at Scale to Achieve Greater Enterprise Intelligence

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According to the
IDC, 87% of the US-based CXOs said that greater enterprise intelligence is a key priority for them over the next 5 years. Where do you stand and how will your data analytics architecture scale to support your goals?

Join our Special Webinar event to learn how Predictive Analytics at Scale will change how companies confidently advance their decision models to accelerate predictive analytical performance and achieve true market differentiation. In this webinar you’ll hear the key findings from IDC’s latest cutting-edge research, based on surveys and conversations with hundreds of leading CXOs to answer:

  • What data and analytics changes are affecting enterprises?
  • What are the biggest challenges cited by data professionals?
  • To what extent do the output of business intelligence and analytics influence or affect decision making?
  • What are the decision-making characteristics by usage patterns?
  • How are Vertica and HPE’s combined analytic & cloud solutions driving insights and competitiveness for customers?

The Details:

Date:  Sept 1, 2020

Time:  10 am PST/1 pm EST

Register for Achieving Predictive Analytics at Scale Special Webinar today. All registrations qualify individuals for a chance to win a $300 Visa e-gift card, too. And all attendees will receive a full copy of the new IDC Report and InfoBrief summary to leverage fully. We look forward to your attendance.

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