Microsoft partner CloudMoyo will moderate a panel discussion at the 2020 Kansas City IT Symposium on 11-12 August, where executives will share self-service business intelligence (BI) and data science insights. The virtual event will explore digital transformation ideas and opportunities for organisations today.
CloudMoyo co-founder and CEO Manish Kedia will join Rich Miller, senior vice president of IT at engineering firm Burns & McDonnell, and Jason Kephart, chief information officer at engineering consultancy Terracon, in a panel discussion on “Modernising data architecture for enterprise-wide self-service BI and data science.” They will share how their organisations are anticipating challenges and implementing strategies. They will also touch on data architecture, engineering, management, and visualisation tools that are key to the modern business.
”For leading companies to move towards a self-service BI and artificial intelligence applications environment, it is key that the foundational data engineering and architecture is robust, reliable and scalable, and access to data is intuitively delivered with precision and solid user experience,” said Kephart. “CloudMoyo has been a great partner in Terracon’s journey towards self-service BI and data science.”
Find out more about the 2020 Kansas City IT Symposium at cloudmoyo.com.