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Cloud Analytics – It’s About Time

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About the webinar

More business applications, including advanced analytics, are moving to cloud-based platforms. Advantages include agility, innovation and a cost-effective way to gain high performance. But many cloud migrations fail to gain all these potential benefits.

Join us in this webinar where SAS Canada’s Steve Holder will explore how you can start to move analytics to the cloud, weighing the options, and choosing the right approach to migration. He will also discuss how to maximize the performance and value of analytics in the cloud to get the most out of your business.

In this webinar, we’ll answer questions such as:

  • Why are organizations moving analytic work to the cloud?
  • What are the key challenges and misconceptions?
  • Why now to do this migration and take this approach?
  • How are technologies and vendors pivoting to support this evolution?

About the Experts

Steve Holder

Head of Strategy and Innovation, SAS Canada

As the Head of Strategy and Innovation at SAS Canada Steve Holder is responsible for growing revenue and building the long-term vision for SAS in the Canada market.  As a member of the SAS Canada leadership team Steve owns the SAS solution strategy, modernizing the SAS’ customer base and managing the innovation ecosystem including higher education alignment.  Steve is the SAS Canada evangelist for the technology including Artificial Intelligence, Cloud and emerging technologies.  Steve’s passion is making technology make sense for everyone regardless of their technical skillset. 

Prior to joining SAS Steve was held leadership positions at SAP and IBM.

With many years of software industry experience, spanning: management, solutions architecture, presales and sales, Steve brings alignment and execution across SAS’ customers, sales teams, and partners.

Prior to joining SAS Steve was held leadership positions at SAP and IBM. Steve received his Bachelor of Arts from McMaster University and lives in Toronto with his wife and two daughters.  During his spare time, he enjoys traveling, cycling, skiing and spending time outdoors.