Attendees will learn why building interactive and visually intuitive customer-facing applications using Big Data is important for delivering useful insights to any audience
San Mateo, Calif. – August 14, 2014 – Actuate Corporation (NASDAQ: BIRT), The BIRT Company™ and the leader in personalized analytics and insights, today announced its participation in an on-demand CIO webcast called, “Big Data in the Mainstream: Insights for Everyone, Everywhere”. Allen Bonde (@abonde), Actuate’s Vice President of Product Marketing and Innovation, will join Senior Managing Editor Stan Gibson (@stangibson) to discuss why organizations need to harness Big Data – both visually and interactively – to deliver insights to audiences in customer-facing applications.
Successfully utilizing Big Data is an important practice for various organizations. The ability to generate and deliver productive insights through customer-facing applications helps organizations in finance, risk management, telecom, and government operations, among others, differentiate themselves within their industries.
Bonde will instruct viewers how to gain these competitive advantages by discussing the importance of building interactive, responsive and visual data-driven applications for reaching a broad audience, whether on mobile devices or other platforms. He will also discuss the concept of “small data” and what the term means for marketers and others attempting to apply the learned insights.
The webinar will cover:
- What Big Data initiatives need to deliver on its promise
- Why visualization is critical to avoid being overwhelmed by data
- How scale and security are key foundations for reaching new users and applications
- Why the open source movement has been instrumental to driving adoption and innovation
- How the “small data” design philosophy can drive focus and agility
- Where development teams need to focus to show ROI and deliver sustainable value from data investments
The link to download the webcast will be available on Thursday, August 14, 2014.
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