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As we head towards the end of 2017 our community outreach team at Pandera still has quite a bit of work to do. We started the year with the commitment to invest back into our local tech communities and launched OTAB which has quickly become Orlando’s leading technology-focused program. Through OTAB we focus on helping the growth of our local technology community by working with local startups and also inspiring new innovations and ideas through community programs.
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.
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.
Pandera focuses on driving organizational success through its core belief that the underlying elements of success are its people. We believe that through analytics and evolving technology we can simply make people better and this same belief is applied to our community initiatives.
This past month the team from Pandera and its Orlando tech community program Orlando Tech and Beer hosted the City of Orlando for its monthly technology focused networking platform and with over 300 technology professionals, entrepreneurs and business leaders in attendance it was another successful evening.
Your business runs on information. Without comprehensive cloud management, your business is susceptible to security threats, data loss and costly downtime. Whether you have a multi-tenant or hybrid cloud environment, cloud managed service providers possess extensive cloud knowledge to support your environment or fill in the management gaps.
Often, internal IT departments don’t possess the skills to effectively monitor and maintain a cloud environment. In these situations, a company hires a third-party cloud managed services provider to manage cloud security, computing, storage, network operations, application stacks, vendors and more.
Depending on your IT needs, cloud managed services can also handle monitoring and reporting, performance testing, backup and recovery and more. With fixed monthly pricing, hiring a cloud managed services provider is often less expensive than an in-house team.
Today’s business leaders know that data is important to execute their strategy. That’s true, but it’s still underestimating the importance of data. The information your business generates and accesses is not merely a tool for operational execution. It’s so essential to the success of a modern business that it must be handled as carefully and strategically as currency. Like finances, data requires the focused attention of the C-suite and the Board.
Big Data is likely to be a key element in the digital transformation taking hold in the enterprise, but there are still questions as to how it will influence future business processes and what steps to take now to ensure it provides optimal support in a fast-changing economy. Legacy IT is largely unprepared to meet the requirements of the new digital business: application cycle times measured in months, if not years; siloed infrastructure that prohibits organizations from viewing their data holistically; performance bottlenecks that impact end-user experience in a world that demands constant availability and response times; rigid architectures that force organizations to make forklift upgrades as requirements change; and traditional provisioning processes in which IT is often seen as a barrier rather than an enabler for the business.
This month, ECO is doing a video series titled Outgrowing Excel, helping former Excel users get up to speed with tasks they are accustomed to in Excel.
If you’ve been feeling limited by Excel, and have been hearing about some of the other great business intelligence tools that are out there that offer better performance, reusability, greater access to data, and better visualizations, but have not figured out how to mimic some of the things you are used to in Excel, this is the series for you.
The business intelligence landscape has been changing rapidly over the past six months, and the speed of innovation that we’ve been seeing in the space has been nothing short of staggering. Join us in Orlando, July 24, for the MicroStrategy Symposium event to take a look at some of the game changers that are redefining what’s possible.