Creating Addictive Data Experiences in Modern Applications
Date: This event took place live on May 03 2016
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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How do we design data to be insightful, personal and beautiful? How do we deliver those insights in our applications without complicating our applications?
Modern business applications are becoming more and more data-driven. If you’re building apps today you're feeling pressure from customers wanting more answers from data—and you know the backlog it creates for your developers.
Join us to learn about approaches for embeddable analytics so you can delight customers while alleviating internal development pressure.
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About Ernesto Ongaro, Product Marketing, TIBCO Jaspersoft
Ernesto is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for TIBCO Software with a focus and expertise in Embedded BI. He started in TIBCO Jaspersoft's Technical Support team and has been an open source enthusiast for many years, contributing documentation and patches to various open source projects like Jaspersoft. Ernesto holds a Bachelors' degree from Sam Houston State University in America and his Masters' degree from DIT in Ireland.
About Steve Wexler, Principal – Data Revelations
Steve Wexler has worked with ADP, Gallup, Deloitte, Convergys, Consumer Reports, The Economist, ConEd, D&B, Marist, Tradeweb, Tiffany, McKinsey & Company, and many other organizations to help them understand and visualize their data. He is one of only 21 Tableau Zen Masters and one of only five Tableau Iron Viz Champions worldwide.
His presentations and training classes combine an extraordinary level of product mastery with the real-world experience gained through developing thousands of visualizations for dozens of clients. In addition to his recognized expertise in data visualization and Tableau, Steve has decades of experience as a successful instructor in all areas of computer-based technology. Steve has taught thousands of people in both large and small organizations and is known for conducting his seminars with clarity, patience and humor.