Using cloud-based applications as part of a digital transformation produces massive amounts of reporting, statistical, and proprietary business data valuable to the organization. But leveraging, analyzing, and making use of so much information requires more than database queries, searches, and preconceived assumptions. Yet traditional BI tools are not equipped to easily reveal insights.

So, how can organizations turn data into insights, while making users data literate?

In this fast-paced educational TechTarget mini webcast sponsored by Qlik®, join industry expert Nick Cavalancia, and Elif Tutuk, Sr. Director of Research at Qlik, as they discuss:

  • How the lack of human data literacy makes insight more difficult
  • Why AI algorithms alone aren’t the answer
  • How Augmented Intelligence take a different approach to bridge data, algorithm, and human to produce insight

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Featured Speakers

Elif Tutuk
Senior Director of Research, Qlik

Elif Tutuk is Qlik’s Senior Director of Research. Passionate about analytics, data and Augmenting Human Intelligence with the power of analytics, Elif is a named author on multiple patent applications in areas related to data management, cognitive systems and conversational analytics. Having joined Qlik almost a decade ago, Elif now leads the company’s research team to incubate new analytics technologies and experiences to define and lead the next generation of analytics systems.

Nick Cavalancia
Consultant, Writer - Techvangelism – Search DisasterRecovery

Nick Cavalancia has more than 25 years of enterprise IT experience; is an accomplished consultant, speaker, trainer, writer and columnist and has achieved industry certifications, including MCSE, MCT, Master CNE and Master CNI.

Nick regularly speaks, writes and blogs for some of the most recognized tech companies today on a variety of topics as a technical evangelist. He is founder of Techvangelism and is its Chief Techvangelist. He is also co-founder of Conversational Geek.

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