The global investment in digital transformation estimated to exceed $10 trillion over the next five years. Despite the tremendous resources going towards this cause, studies show that up to 70% of these initiatives will not achieve their stated goal. What does it take to win?
Decisions made at the national and state level are affecting local communities all around the country. But these communities vary greatly. How do local leaders take control to ensure the right decisions are made for their communities?
In this Webinar Series, Qlik and IPC Global will demonstrate how near real-time data and analytics can empower local leaders at K-12 and higher education institutions, and state and local government agencies to support decision making and improve service delivery.
Organizations that operate worldwide typically need to manage data both locally and globally. Local business units and subsidiaries must address region-specific data and accounting standards, regulations, customer requirements, and market drivers. At the same time, corporate headquarters must share data broadly and maintain a complete view of performance for the entire enterprise. For many global firms, data is the business. They need state-of-the-art data management just to remain innovative and competitive. Hence, multinational businesses face a long list of new business and technical requirements for modern data management.
Many organizations are immature when it comes to data and analytics use. The answer lies in delivering a greater level of insight from data, straight to the point of need.
There are so many Data Architecture best practices today, accumulated from years of practice. In this webinar, William will look at some Data Architecture best practices that he believes have emerged in the past two years and are not worked into many enterprise data programs yet. These are keepers and will be required to move towards, by one means or another, so it’s best to mindfully work them into the environment.