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Webinar: IT-Managed Analytics vs. Self-Service Analytics

 
Date: Jun 04 11:00 AM - Jun 04 11:30 AM
Location: Online
As data literacy and "Shadow IT" become commonplace across business units, there is a growing demand for self-service capabilities. Although IT-managed and self-service analytics have similar goals, they often require very different approaches to ensure success. Determining the right mix and corresponding approach(es) can be challenging. Save your spot.

In this 30-minute live webinar, our data experts will take a close look at the two teams and help you decide which is best for your organization. Back by popular demand, this is the second of four upcoming webinars from our Data Madness event in which we broke down the pros and cons of trending data topics.

Webinar Agenda:
  • IT-Managed Pros & Cons
  • Self-Service Pros & Cons
  • Power BI Dataflows - Self-Service or Enterprise?
  • Keys to Winning with IT-Managed
  • Keys to Winning with Self-Service
  • Conclusion: Which Is Right For Your Business? 
  • Q & A

Presented by Scott Hietpas - Data Analytics Principal Consultant

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