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Webinar: How to Capitalize on Power BI's Latest Features
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In our webinar, one of our data experts will take you through the new features in Power BI desktop’s most recent release and why they matter. Stick around afterward for a Q&A where we will answer any questions you have about Power BI. 

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Mitch Weckop Speaks at Green Bay Innovation Group

Date: May 23 2:30 PM - May 23 4:00 PM
Location: St. Brendan's Inn 234 S. Washington St. Green Bay, WI 54301
Join Mitch Weckop, Skyline's CEO, at the Green Bay Innovation Group's May event to hear him deliver key points on how to implement and profit from Digital Transformation.

Developments in all the key areas mentioned below are helping organizations drive revenue, reduce costs, improve efficiency, create customer loyalty and create frictionless transactions with your customer. The key is to use digital technology as a business tool that integrates your business with critical business systems solutions. Companies will need to incorporate strategies to meet the demands of digitally empowered customers.

Key Points:
  • Empowering Employees
  • Optimizing Operations
  • Mobile Applications
  • Web Applications
  • Business Intelligence
  • Web Analytics Solutions
  • Big Data
  • Cloud Computing
Cost is $40 by cash or check payable at the door.

Confirm your reservation with Marty Ochs by email (martinpochs@gmail.com) or call/text (608-698-3333).

Mitch has been the CEO of Skyline Technologies for nine years. Skyline is an IT Consulting firm that has offices in Milwaukee, Appleton, and Green Bay. Manufacturing companies represent 40% of Skyline’s business. Prior to joining Skyline, he was a Sr. VP and General Manager at Schneider, Vice-President/General Manager – Paper Converting Machine Company, and held numerous roles at Procter and Gamble. While at P&G, Mitch worked brand management, supply chain planning, and manufacturing roles for familiar brands like Bounty, Charmin, Puffs, Bounce, and Pampers/Luvs. 

Mitch has been married to Diane for 35 years, they have a daughter Amanda and son Paul who both live and work in the Green Bay area. He also has a grandson Patrick (2), who Mitch is grooming to be an engineer in the paper industry.