- Are you evaluating Self-service BI vendors for your organisation?
- The IT staff is too busy or takes too long to develop reports that you need?
- Do you want to build your own reports without help from your IT team?
Microsoft Power BI, Tableau, Qlik View/Qlik Sense or IBM Watson Analytics?
Which one is the right choice for you?
In this breakfast session we will show you a comparison between functionalities of the above tools with a full end-to-end experience. We will also look at some real-life scenarios to give you better understanding on the capabilities of each option.
We ran our inaugural Self Service BI Overview session in August. It was a big success and the huge interest in Self-Service Data Analytics Services is a reflection of it being one of the top 5 Key Trends in Business Intelligence.
We have decided to run the morning session again on the 22nd of October. Doors open at 7:45am. After the presentations full with insights from 8-10 am there will be time from 10-11 am for Q&A and networking with other BI experts from different companies and industries that deal with the same question “Which Self Service BI tool is the best for my company?” or simply enjoy a coffee with an amazing view over Sydney.
– 7:45 am Entry
– 8-10 am Presentations:
Our speakers will be
- James Beresford – Overview
- Iman Eftekhari – Power BI
- Jixin (Gin) Jia – Tableau and IBM Watson
- Development Manager from PwC for Qlik View
– 10-11am Q&A plus networking with BI experts from other companies and industries.
Comments from our satisfied workshop attendees:
- “I wasn’t sure if I was walking into a sales pitch, but once I arrived I was impressed with the professionalism of the morning.” Ben James from ASIC
- “I am now much better informed about features and licensing about the products highlighted today.”
- “I can recommend this session as it was a good overview of the main BI products in the market. For companies beginning to look into BI solutions it was a very helpful session.”
- “The presenters did answer questions on the comparison of the tools very helpfully.”
- “A specific thing that I liked were the setup demonstrations from every program.”
- “Watson was interesting, it assisted me in thinking about appropriate tools for our environment, also the breakfast was good (bonus takeaway).”
- “I liked the lack of agenda and non-salesy approach. The informative, friendly, knowledgeable and approachable presenters and the balance they struck between informality, impartiality and authority. I also appreciated the venue, the view and the hospitality!”
- “Certainly, you packed a huge amount of information into a fairly short period without feeling overwhelming.”
- “Got a glimpse of Qlik and Power BI which I have not seen before and it was good to see how they compared to tableau as I have been using tableau mostly for visualisation.”
- “I liked all the presentations and tools demo, side by side comparison of leading BI tools, the networking opportunity and the venue.”
- “My result of attending the briefing is that I had more questions around self-service BI and that a lot of other companies are experiencing the same issues.”
Also have a look at the question of the day from our last workshop. “Microsoft Power BI, Tableau, Qlik View and IBM Watson – Which one is the easiest program to make presentations for my marketing and sales team?”
Terms & Conditions:
This event is for end clients (* eligibility condition applies) and we reserve the right to cancel/reject any bookings.
Tickets are restricted to a maximum of two people per company