Slides: Death of the Dashboard

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About the Webinar

The last year has put a new lens on what speed to insights actually mean – day-old data became useless, and only in-the-moment-insights became relevant, pushing data and analytics teams to their breaking point. The results, everyone has fast forwarded in their transformation and modernization plans, and it’s also made us look differently at dashboards and the type of information that we’re getting the business. Join this live event and hear about the data teams ditching their dashboards to embrace modern cloud analytics.

About the Speaker

Lisa Aguilar

Director of Product Marketing, GTM

Lisa Aguilar is responsible for helping to shape the go-to-market messaging and strategies at ThoughtSpot. Prior to ThoughtSpot, Lisa was at DataRobot, the leader in automated enterprise AI and Machine Learning; and at Alteryx, the leader in analytics process automation. While at DataRobot, Lisa was responsible for building and executing the go-to-market strategy for their AI-driven forecasting product line. At Alteryx, Lisa was responsible for helping to launch their end-to-end analytics platform.

Nate Weaver

Director of Product Marketing, ThoughtSpot

Nate is an analytics expert with 17+ years of experience selling and implementing solutions across multiple industries, with a key focus on supply chain optimization. With a PreSales Engineer and Solutions Architect background, he has delivered Analytics and Business Intelligence solutions across ThoughtSpot, Power BI, Tableau, Qlik, MicroStrategy, Halo BI, and Domo.

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