Proven Executive Strategies to Transform Big Data into Business Value

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For those of you who want to hear from some of the industry’s most forward-thinking big data observers on how hundreds of organizations have successfully implemented Big Data Analytics projects that:

  • Drive material bottom-line improvement
  • Dramatically reduce risk
  • Deliver lasting competitive advantage

You are in luck!  At a Webinar coming up Thursday, January 23 hosted by Sand Hill Group co-founder M.R. Rangaswami, you’ll get perspectives that give line-of-business and technical executives proven, hands-on approaches that transform Big Data into business value for any organization.  M.R. features two compelling guests:

  • Actian Chief Marketing Officer Ashish Gupta explains how hundreds of Actian customers have successfully implemented Big Data Analytics projects that drive material bottom-line improvements, dramatically reduce risk and deliver lasting competitive advantage – what we call Accelerating Big Data 2.0™.
  • Bradley Graham, Executive Director of Carpe Datum Rx, shares an executive-level prescription for implementing a successful Big Data initiative to enable advanced analytics. This guidance is based on feedback from 160 real world practitioners, including unique insights gleaned from one-on-one interviews with those responsible for Big Data initiatives at 25 large enterprises whose aggregate annual revenues exceeds $1.43 trillion.

Check it out and join your peers for this very cool session. Actian and Sand Hill give you a blueprint to rapidly and effectively transform your data assets into bottom-line business value as you kick off 2014. And there’s a bonus:   the first 25 registrants who also attend the webinar will receive a complimentary copy of Sand Hill’s new report,  Mindset over Dataset: A Big Data Prescription for setting Market PACE,” valued at $1,995.

About Alison Raffalovich

Alison heads Actian Corporate Marketing and Communications and loves to talk about the cool innovations from Actian partners and customers in the Age of Data.

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