Data modernization in the era of Big Data

Abstract:

Business data is growing in size, complexity and importance as enterprises continue to collect an expanded variety of data. Traditional, top-down data warehouse strategy is creating challenges. Gone are the days of simple files and relational databases. Modern business intelligence (BI) systems include data warehousing, real-time collection and analysis, event correlation, and completely new visualization methods. Failure to achieve this level of data sophistication means failure to thrive as an enterprise.

This webinar discusses the drivers, technologies, and best practices for data warehouse modernization.

What You Will Learn:

1. Top 5 Business and technology drivers for data modernization.
2. Strategies that enterprises are adopting for data warehouse modernization.
3. New data platforms and tools used for modernization projects.
4. The future of the modern data warehouse Modernization.

About the Speaker:

Raja CRaja Chinthapatla has 18 + years of experience in Technology, Outsourcing and Business Analytics. In his current role, he is responsible for end-to-end services including analytics consulting, competency development, revenue generation and delivery oversight. Prior to this, he was a Global Head for Big Data Analytics, where he held various roles including that of a Practice Head for Middle East and Africa for Mahindra Satyam’s BI & Analytics practice. Raja was in EXL Service, responsible for growing the outsourcing and transformation (high end consulting and data analytics) businesses. Prior to his role at EXL Service, Raja was heading Analytics with Inductis where he initially set up annuity revenue stream for business analytics. Raja has worked with organizations such as Xansa Plc and InfoTech Enterprises.

HerbertHerbert possesses a distinguished career in Business Intelligence and Information management, across multiple industries. Herbert has delivered complex BI strategies and solutions for fortune 500 clients in the retail, consumer goods and banking sectors.

Roles and Responsibilities in Techwave

In the current role as EIM practice head in Techwave, he is responsible for EIM strategies and solutions focusing on clients in North America, Europe, Middle East and APAC