Wednesday, September 3, 2008

DM Radio presents: On The Cutting Edge with Operational Analytics

Tomorrow, September 4th, at 3:00 PM ET, will happen a live Web broadcast presentation entitled On The Cutting Edge with Operational Analytics, provided by DM Review, in its initiative called DM Radio, hosted by Eric Kavanagh with Jim Ericson.

According DMReview: "For companies on the cutting edge, operational analytics can provide real-time insights that improve corporate performance significantly. Whether for operational reporting, real-time analytical reporting or business activity monitoring (BAM), operational analytics deliver the kind of information that can successfully guide organizations through even the most challenging situations.

Getting the necessary ducks in a row to accomplish this type of business intelligence can be quite a challenge, however. Dashboards, real-time integration, key performance indicators and powerful analytics are all part and parcel to such solutions. And then there's the foundation: are traditional data warehouses suitable for this task? Or are new technologies such as complex event processing (CEP) and event stream processing (ESP) necessary?

Tune into this episode of DM Radio to hear from the experts – including Forrester Research Analyst Boris Evelson and industry consultant John Ladley of IMCue Solutions – about how your organization can use operational analytics to achieve a competitive edge.

Attendees will learn:
- how CEP and ESP can facilitate operational analytics
- why traditional data warehousing approaches may not be sufficient
- the building blocks necessary for operational analytics
- where companies are employing this kind of functionality
- why understanding KPIs is critical to success
- how to link operational analytics with performance management
- why data quality problems can derail the most robust solution"

In the DM Review website, you can register for this live Web broadcast.

You also can check out the DM Radio archives to hear previous programs with a variety of other issues.

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