Yellowfin CEO Keynote Speaker at Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence Summit

Yellowfin CEO, Glen Rabie, has been invited to make a keynote presentation at the third annual Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence 2.0 Summit and Exhibition, held 26 – 28 October 2010, at the Swissotel in Sydney.

Yellowfin is a global Business Intelligence (BI) vendor developed and headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, and major summit partner.

Rabie’s presentation – Business Intelligence Beyond Dashboards – will cover the rapidly changing nature of the BI industry and trends towards faster and more flexible access to data analysis and reporting.

“2010 has seen the continued rise of collaborative, mobile, pervasive and software-as-a-service BI,” said Rabie.

“Their ability to improve organization knowledge sharing and support cross-departmental cohesion, strategy alignment, as well as fast and accurate decision-making, has seen their popularity grow.

“Businesses are demanding more value, flexibility and more in general from BI tools, to enable them to respond to opportunities and events with the agility required to maintain competitive advantage.”

The summit discusses the rapidly developing nature of the Data Warehousing (DW) and BI industries, as well as the best practices and latest technologies for responding to agile business needs, in a world of rapidly expanding data volumes.

The summit features an impressive list of interactive workshops and highly respected international speakers, including three of the world’s foremost DW and BI experts in Bill Inmon (“The Father of Data Warehousing”, rated by Computerworld Magazine as one of the “10 Most Influential People in IT”); Hans Hultgren, Co-Founder of DataVaultAcademy.com; and Neil Raden, author, thought-leader and member of the Boulder BI Brain Trust.

Yellowfin is a silver event partner and sponsor of the third annual Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence 2.0 Summit and Exhibition.

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