From March 21 to 24, 2011, Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) will be at info360 in Washington, D.C. I will be teaming up with a panel of experts to discuss business intelligence (BI) and its role in analyzing unstructured data. Join us on March 23 for the TEC session—What Do I Get Out of BI?: The Role of Business Intelligence in Your Content Strategy.
You can register at the info360 Web site. For those of you who can’t be there in person, you can still participate by leaving a comment here: Do you have any specific questions for our experts?
I have the honor of presenting our session panelists:
Chief Technology Officer, Attensity
To his role as Attensity CTO Ian Hersey brings more than 20 years of experience delivering innovative research technology into the commercial mainstream. He is responsible for providing the technical and strategic product vision to complement the company’s business vision, setting the tone and direction for Attensity’s technologies and business applications. Prior to Attensity, Mr. Hersey was vice president of technology development and strategy at Business Objects, an SAP company.
Vice President of Product Management, Global Public Sector, Endeca
Matt Kodama leads product management and marketing globally for Endeca solutions in the public sector. Mr. Kodama’s earlier roles at Endeca include leading product management for the core technology platform of the Endeca Information Access Platform, and technical product management for the core query and indexing technology of the MDEX Engine. Prior to Endeca, Mr. Kodama held product management and engineering roles at Mercury Interactive, Kintana, and Oracle.
Principal Technologist, MarkLogic
Fernando Mesa is a seasoned technologist with 20 years of experience in the information technology (IT) industry, providing architectural leadership and technical direction to Fortune 500 companies in media and healthcare. Prior to joining MarkLogic as principal technologist, Mr. Mesa worked at United Health Group, where he served as vice president of enterprise architecture. Mr. Mesa is a member of the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC) for extensible markup language (XML) and is a regular speaker at enterprise, media, and mobile technology conferences.
Each of the experts will be presenting on and talking about relevant topics regarding the management and analysis of unstructured data within an organization. We will also hold a question and answer (Q&A) session with the audience.
Do you have a question for our speakers? Include it with your comment below. We’ll try to get an answer for you posted here on this blog. Or we may choose to ask your question during our Q&A session at info360 in D.C.