The pandemic has changed the rules in companies. Incipient trends such as teleworking or remote collaboration have become predominant. And according to large consultants like PwC, this is only the beginning of what is to come. In this sense, a recent study by the American multinational ensures that almost 4 out of 5 CEOs believe that collaboration and remote work will continue once the health crisis is over.
The key to success for companies is therefore collaboration. But not only between work teams but, as Gartner also points out, between associated companies, partners, suppliers, customers and even with the competition. In this new frame of reference, what roles will data and analytics play? And how can organizations set themselves up for success?
To discover it, we recommend that you do not miss “Interconnected: the end of competition as we know it”, a webinar in which the next January 28 at 10 in the morning, Qlik will share with you the main trends in data and BI for this 2022 that begins. Among others, the webinar will review phenomena such as:
- The emergence of collaborative mining: in the future, just as data is mined, we will also have to learn to “collaboratively mine data”.
- The evolution of the scorecard: it is becoming a highly collaborative control center that catalogs distributed knowledge and data.
- The rise of data lineage and explainable BI: In an interconnected world, lineage will be essential to provide reliability and clarity.
- Using app automation to drive action: the API economy opens up new ways to interconnect joint initiatives with their partners.
- The rise of distributed clouds: A distributed cloud infrastructure may seem messy, but it strengthens your ability to access and share interconnected data securely and reliably.
- Embedded insights become ubiquitous: When contextualized microknowledge is more generalized, the reliability of the system increases.
- The speed of insights allows us to focus on costs: in the long run, the speed of knowledge extraction and the cost per knowledge will increase, and you will have to figure out how to run the right queries in the right place.
- Data science combined with analytics drives the capabilities of all users: data science, closely related to analytics, will allow a greater number of users to do more things.
- Safety becomes a top priority issue: By working together with its partners, protection measures go from being advisable to essential, and they become business opportunities.
- Data fabrics solve fast access to distributed data: the need for faster access to data across distributed environments is driving integrated management that uses metadata, semantics, real-time and event-based data movement, and process orchestration.
New data trends that, in short, require new approaches and that, from Qlik, simplify with their proposal to create a literate world in which anyone can use data and analytics to solve the most complex problems and make better decisions. If you want to know more about each of these trends and how they impact your company, Don’t miss the webinar!
- What: “Interconnected: the end of competition as we know it” (Webinar)
- When: January 28
- Schedule: 10.00 – 12.00
- Record: You can register for free at this link.