Proactive Business Intelligence (BI2006)

Venue: Marriott Hotel

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Event Date/Time: Jun 07, 2006 End Date/Time: Jun 08, 2006
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Event Summary:
Effectively utilized business intelligence (BI) revitalizes your organization. It is because only reliable, relevant and accurate information prepares you for your next strategic steps. Intelligent decisions can enhance your customers‘ experience, assist you when entering new markets and keep you steps ahead of your competitors. But how to harmonize proactive thinking with a corporate culture? How to integrate customer and market information to optimize performance?

In this forum you will hear experts from different parts of the world reveal their proven strategies and introduce their way to smarter organization. Best practices from key industries will give you an opportunity to learn how to utilize BI in your own businesses and turn information into financial gain.

Key Speakers:
Herman Huizinga, Senior Vice President Business Intelligence, ING Card
Gaz Williams, Principal Business Intelligence Consultant, BT
Cornie Victor, General Manager, Information Management Division, Absa Group
Sue Ward, Research & Development Director, Life Sciences & Competitive Intelligence, Pfizer Global
Dr. Martina Merkle, Director of Business Intelligence, TDC Switzerland AG
Neil Rogers, Director - Business Analysis, AstraZeneca Respiratory

Key topics:

Reaching the mature organization – how to become proactive rather than reactive
Best practices in addressing industry specific needs
The cultural transition into the intelligent organization
Quantifying the benefits of BI for competitive advantage and enhanced performance
Transforming BI into a complete view of customers and market

Who should attend:
VP Business Intelligence, CIOs, CTOs, Managing directors, CRM professionals, Knowledge management experts, Strategic planning managers, Information and business analysts, IT and DW managers, Technical architects, Business development managers

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