2017 has kept us busy with sharing our latest developments and new industry trends that will continue to re-shape the way businesses interact with technology and data. Our team has had the opportunity and pleasure of speaking at conferences all across the country and sharing our vision for the future.
MicroStrategy Jump Start offers the opportunity to quickly develop MicroStrategy Advanced Analytics skills with hands-on instruction from our team at Pandera. The session will cover MicroStrategy Adnavced Analytics fundamentals. Join us October 11th in Tampa, FL from 9:00AM - 5:00PM.
The free Jump Start class provided by Pandera includes a combination of interactive instruction and hands-on exercises. You will get instructions on how to create reports, metrics, and filters in MicroStrategy Web. Build perfectly formatted documents and enterprise dashboards most commonly used for financial statements, performance scorecards, and executive reporting applications. You’ll walk away with the confidence to apply new MicroStrategy skills once you’re back in the office.
- Date: 10/11/2017
- Time: 9:00AM – 5:00PM EST
- Location: Tampa, Florida
- Address: 5404 Cypress Center Drive, Suite 125, Tampa, FL 33609
- Instructor: Matthew Thomas, Pandera CDO
The class is open to current MicroStrategy users and others interested in utilizing MicroStrategy for their organization. For more information about the class or other Jump Start classes in your area please contact email@example.com.
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