Bespoke Analytics to host free showcase
Data services and business intelligence solutions firm Bespoke Analytics is to host a free, educational showcase to show local companies how quickly they can leverage their data using TimeXtender’s Discovery Hub data management platform.
The company said the showcase is intended to meet a market need for companies to modernise their data estate and take advantage of some of the many game-changing data leveraging opportunities such as advanced analytics and artificial intelligence.
The showcase will be held at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute on October 2 from 8.30am until 11am. Breakfast is included.
Bespoke says the event will show frustrated data users how quickly they can leverage their data using Discovery Hub and accelerate the time to insight by up to 80 per cent faster than traditional data warehouse and business intelligence methods.
A company spokesman said: “The aim of the showcase is to let companies know that there is a robust, fast, low risk alternative to traditional data warehouse and business intelligence solutions that will give companies in Bermuda advanced data capabilities and the competitive advantages these capabilities bring, allowing them to maintain their coveted position as leaders on the world business stage.”
Bespoke Analytics builds data strategies and solutions that help clients leverage their data for faster, smarter decision making, it said.
TimeXtender, Bespoke said, is a recognised global software company that enables instant access to any type of data in the organisation to support advanced analytics and artificial intelligence.
• For information regarding the showcase, contact Kevin DeSilva, client relationship manager at Bespoke Analytics, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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