Time for Action: Bring Operational Reporting to the 21st Century
Date: This event took place live on November 16 2016
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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Ahh, reporting... one of the great advents to the world of business in the 20th century, bringing packaged insights to any user across companies worldwide. For decades, it reigned as the undisputed backbone of BI and data delivery. Are those days over?
If you keep up with tech trends alone you'd expect that Data Science and Machine Learning have displaced the idea of building reports all together. Yet, with all eyes fixed on emerging forms of BI, reporting continues to hold the lion's share of the market - in a recent survey by InformationWeek 88% of organizations are using reports while only 34% use data science.
Why? Because while data science, machine learning and even data discovery enable new paths, the need to inform users from a single source of truth is, and will always be, a critical component to consistently and accurately distributing information.
In this webcast, you will learn:
About Teodor Danciu, Founder and Architect of JasperReports – TIBCO Software
Teodor Danciu is the founder and architect of the JasperReports library, the most popular open source reporting tool, and is now working for Jaspersoft. Before starting the JasperReports project in 2001, Teodor worked for almost 9 years with several French IT companies as a software engineer and team leader on ERP and other medium-to-large database-related enterprise applications using mainly Java technologies and the J2EE platform. Teodor has a degree in computer science from the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest.
About Ernesto Ongaro, Sr. Product Marketing Manager – TIBCO Software
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.