Sisense Demo: The Dashboard Paradox – Breaking the Adoption Barrier with Infused Insights

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It’s time to think differently about data and analytics strategies. While many organizations have progressed from relying on static reports generated by IT teams to using some version of a self-service model, most still struggle to reap the world-changing benefits long-promised by experts. Unfortunately, each evolution has delivered only incremental improvements over the last wave of analytics, leaving the biggest problems half-solved, and data assets underleveraged.

With analytics infusion, you can create a better way to work and a better customer experience.  Learn more about:

  • The future of business intelligence and how your organization can stay ahead of the curve by thinking about life beyond the dashboard
  • Enhancing your data strategy to get more out of your data
  • How other companies are infusing analytics to not just meet, but exceed their hardest business objectives

Ryan Waters

Senior Director, Field CTO Office at Sisense

Leading the Field CTO team at Sisense, Ryan Waters focuses on outcome-driven solutions that harness the purpose-built Infusion APIs that Sisense has developed. His vision is not to deliver advanced data exploration tools to Sisense users but to make it impossible for those users to ignore relevant and actionable data. Technology is nothing without adoption, and his teams will happily show you how to put the data where your users already are and accelerate your data monetization strategy. Prior to his work in the data space, he was a developer in the TV industry and you can blame him for writing the code that put ads in your TV shows. When off the clock, he and his wife enjoy finding creative ways to day drink while entertaining their daughter.

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