beyond the tools
how to enable true self-service in analytics for business users

March 3, 2022
12:00 GMT
45 minutes
Power BI
BI adoption
Self-Service BI
Business Users
Acknowledging the importance of data and analytics for business, many companies are becoming data-driven and raising the culture of using analytics in daily decision-making.
In the last couple of years, Self-Service BI platforms - like Power BI, Tableau or Qlik - gained huge popularity as easy and intuitive tools for business users with flexible functionality.
At the same time, the level of BI adoption and user engagement is still very low. As Wiisdom Research says, it is about 26%, meaning that in many companies it doesn't exceed even 10%.
It means that many key challenges remain unanswered:
How to raise the effectiveness of self-service BI tools for business users?
How to avoid chaos in analytics and reporting environment?
What stops business people from using analytics on a daily basis?
The webinar will cover:
Key self-service BI challenges and how to solve them
User Journey: how business users work with BI tools and how to improve this process
Is Governance necessary - what risks might arise if analytics evolve uncontrollably
How to provide maximum access to analytics and preserve their quality at the same time
Who might be interested
Head of BI
BI manager
Head of reporting and analytics
Gennadii Armashula
CEO at Accton

IT expert. More than 25 years in DWH/BI, business development and strategic management. Successful entrepreneur, the founder of 5 companies, expert in data culture and analytics.
Anna Ovchynnikova
Chief Product Officer at Accton

Product manager, business analyst and marketing expert with over 10 years of multi-industry experience. A unique combination of knowledge and expertise in business performance, marketing, analytics and information governance with robust business analysis and product and project management skills.
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