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Business Intelligence vendor Yellowfin secures University of Konstanz as presenter at Think Tank 2014

2/05/2014 by

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Global Business Intelligence (BI) and analytic’s software vendor, Yellowfin, has today confirmed that BI Coordinator for the University of Konstanz, Sebastian Vogt, will present at its upcoming Think Tank 2014 conference.

Think Tank is Yellowfin’s annual BI summit.Think Tank 2014 – to be held in Melbourne, Australia (Yellowfin’s international headquarters) – will run across Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 May 2014.

“Introducing BI to a publicly funded German university – with mainly email, excel and paper-based workflows of data exchange and report generation – is a major undertaking,” said Vogt. “This presentation will outline opportunities and challenges of the ongoing BI project.”

Yellowfin General Manager for EMEA, Daniel Shaw-Dennis, said that the vendor had developed a strong portfolio of use cases within the education industry, and that exploring the successes of the University of Konstanz’s BI program would provide a valuable learning experience for Think Tank 2014 delegates.

“We’re excited and proud to be involved in the University of Konstanz’s ambitious reporting and analytics initiative,” said Shaw-Dennis. “Because of the dedication of Sebastian and others closely involved, the university has developed a commendable example of a widespread user-oriented BI program. This case study displays a series of processes, challenges, solutions and results from which everyone at Think Tank 2014 can benefit.

This article has been extracted from http://www.whatech.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.whatech.com/members-news/business-intelligence/20313-business-intelligence-vendor-yellowfin-secures-university-of-konstanz-as-presenter-at-think-tank-2014

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