2014 Business Intelligence and Big Data Summit - Call for Speakers
11/21/2013

The planning committee for the 2nd annual Great Lakes BI and Big Data Summit, which returns on March 13, 2014 to the Detroit Marriott Troy, today announced its “Call for Speakers.”

Online PR News – 21-November-2013 – Troy, MI – The planning committee for the 2nd annual Great Lakes BI and Big Data Summit, which returns on March 13, 2014 to the Detroit Marriott Troy, today announced its “Call for Speakers.”

In its inaugural year, the Summit was attended by nearly 200 of the area's top business and technology leaders from companies of all sizes from all over Michigan and Ohio. The agenda for the event included business case studies, software vendor presentations, and included keynotes from industry leaders Wayne Eckerson and Donald Farmer. Eckerson, formerly of The Data Warehouse Institute (TDWI) talked to audiences about “The Big Data Revolution." Farmer, formerly one of the BI thought leaders at Microsoft, and now the chief product advocate at QlikView, discussed the impact of “Agile BI” on business.

For the 2014 event, the planning committee is evaluating presentations around any of these BI-related themes:
• BI Case Studies/Success Stories
• Agile BI
• Big Data
• BI in the Cloud
• Data Governance
• Data Visualization
• Mobile BI
• Other Innovations

These sessions, combined with keynote topics as well as demos performed by software sponsors will make up a total of 17 sessions for audiences to choose from in this one-day event.

Speaker proposals will be accepted through December 2, 2013. Proposals should be submitted online at http://surveymonkey.com/s/greatlakesbisummit-callforspeakers.

For information on the 2014 Summit, please visit greatlakesbisummit.com.