SAS Canada invites you to view this on demand webinar produced exclusively for CIBC to learn more about “The New Analytics Experience”.
A new analytics and data culture is emerging– an evolution to move from the traditional silo-ed approach of data and systems to driving a new level of awareness around managing analytics as a formal and strategic program across the enterprise. Stakeholders across the organization want to rely on a holistic analytics approach to manage the strategic direction of the bank.
Yet it’s increasingly a struggle to manage data, and, more importantly, turn that data into meaningful, actionable, information that’s accessible by all and is inclusive of all available data. This means developing fresh models for business-IT alignment and collaboration resulting in the democratization of data and analytics.
View this recording on demand to hear more about The New Analytics Experience:
Optimizing the CIBC Environment: Grid Computing and High Performance Analytics…what is the true value of analytics & modernization?
PRESENTERS: Tim Trussell, SAS Canada & Chris Mak, SAS Canada
In this session we’ll take a look at the modernization of analytics to help with cost reduction, streamlined integration across the analytics lifecycle, greater efficiencies from scarce resources and leveraging cheaper storage with Hadoop. Modernization of analytics creates value for the business analytics capabilities and providing supporting architectures for better accuracy, scalability and governance, enabling better business decisions. Finally we will have a deeper look into the value of grid computing and High Performance Analytics; what are the best practices to modernize and optimize your existing environment; and why this is important for your organization and analytics practitioners
Other themes related to this discussion:
- Using Big Data to Understand Customers across Channels and Where Does Hadoop Fit in?
- The Impact of Visualization on and enterprise-wide analytics culture.
This series is exclusive to CIBC and not open to a public audience.