Tuesday, March 25th @ Noon ET
The first step to "Business Intelligence" is “BQ” – Better Query.
With a few simple, non-disruptive steps, you can provide your enterprise management and operational staff visual and real-time information that enables better, more timely decisions.
Join Paul Conte for a web seminar that will explain how to move from static, greenbar-era reports to quickly customized, visual analysis with dynamic “drill-down,” “data explorer” and “what if” capabilities.
Paul will explain an "agile" approach to “BQ” that will improve the value of your enterprise data and information delivery without undue cost or complexity.
Using examples of real-world applications, this seminar covers a variety of operational, tactical, and strategic ways to quickly deliver “BQ” techniques and tools and lay the foundation for incremental implementation of additional BI capabilities.
Mike Stegeman will provide an overview of SEQUEL, a graphical and browser based ‘business information’ tool developed for IBM i. With SEQUEL, writing ‘better queries’ (BQs) is simple. SEQUEL can deliver powerful queries, customizable dashboards, has a variety of distribution options, and complex reporting and multiple step queries can be created without compiling.
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Paul Conte, formerly a iPro Developer senior technical editor, is president of PCES of Eugene, Oregon, which provides educational and consulting services in SQL and Java application development. Paul has been a software developer and consultant for more than 20 years and is a widely published expert on database systems, database design, programming languages, and application development. He's considered a leading authority on DB2 UDB for IBM i, and his articles have appeared in iPro Developer, DB2 Magazine, Database Programming & Design, and numerous other publications.
Mike Stegeman is a Senior Data Access Consultant and has worked with companies in both accounting and IT. Mike has extensive experience with the System i (as far back as the System/36). Mike works as a technical pre-sales consultant, helping clients with installations, getting started, and proof of concepts.