|8.00 - 8.45||Registration|
|8.45 - 9.00||Welcome by Dario Mangano
|9.00 - 10.00||Keynote by Stephane Garelli, IMD
the economic and business environment in
which we are going to operate in 2014 and beyond
|10.00 - 10.30||Coffee break and network time|
|10.30 - 11.30||Keynote by Philippe Nieuwbourg, Decideo
"Transform your data in dollars: real world wide
case studies and prospective ideas around data analysis"
|11.30 - 12.30||Keynote by Hans Hultgren, Genesee Academy
Data Vault Industry Highlight with an overview
followed by a quick cover of 3 industries - banking, retail and manufacturing
|12.30 - 13.30||Lunch and Network time|
|Parallelsessions 1 13.30 - 14.15|
|Session 1 A||
Top 3 Evolutions... for a real BI Revolution”
|Session 1 B||
Oracle Exadata – GMA experience choosing the optimal database infrastructure for DWH.
Mr Emiliano Fusaglia, Trivadis & Olivier Granges, Groupe Mutuel Assurances.
We'll see the way how Groupe Mutuel Assurances has analyzed the different market solutions to upgrade his IT infrastructure for the DWH in partnership with Trivadis. Examining PoC results and implementing the final solution in production environnment. We'll end with a post-production review by the company.
|Session 1 C||
The evolution of Big Data
Henk van Roekel
Understanding the evolution of BI and Big Data and the challenges and opportunities that come with it…
|Parallelsessions 2 14.15 - 15.00|
|Session 2 A||Client Case Smartcockpit
The SIG Corporate Cockpit
Head of Controlling and Planning
The SIG is one of the largest companies in Geneva and engages in water, gas, electricity, and thermal energy businesses. Its activities include producing, transporting, and distributing electricity to homes, companies, and public spaces; natural gas for citizens, communities, and industries; and thermal energy to residents.
The company also provides energy services for industrial processes, buildings, infrastructure, and home comfort sectors; and manages drinking water transportation and distribution. In addition, it provides recycling and reusing services for household or industrial waste, as well as wastewater treatment services; and builds and optimizes fiber optics network that provides high speed Internet.
The company was founded in 1895 and is serving the needs of more than 250’000 customers.
Mr. Jordan will walk us through the SIG Corporate cockpits’ pyramid that covers functional areas ranging from Operations to Board of Directors. The information flow as well as the interaction and complementarity between the different tools will be highlighted.
The cockpit has truly improved the collaboration within the corporation and is today greatly enhancing the efficiency of the Directors’ Committees meetings.
Mr. Jordan will also spend some time describing some of the KPI’s that are used today in smartcockpit. These cover areas such as risks, projects, HR, finance and others.
He will present what the Key Success Factors were in the deployment of the SIG’s effective Business Intelligence environment.
Finally, Mr. Jordan will describe why smartcockpit was chosen and why it has become a true and powerful decision and management support tool for the corporation.
|Session 2 B||
We hear it from everywhere: “To do business decisions effectively, you have to become a data driven company”. But it is just part of the truth. Sure, every manager wants to see human readable data. But data, that is backed by intuition and talent of trustful data analysts. Such insights have immediate impact on Key Performance Indicators.
Did you know, that probably the first known BI pioneer back in 1890 was lady Nightingale from London? She needed just pencil, paper and basic mathematical knowledge to improve performance of army hospitals. In 2014 we are at the exciting edge of business intelligence age, when BI tools are going to be totally rewritten from scratch to become useful by business users again.
To foster true business data discovery for job roles like customer service, marketing, HR, sales or operations and to help them turn data into profits and benefits faster, we should consider major changes, that dramatically impact the way we communicate, share, discover and collaborate with business data. It includes-
Session 2 C
Client Case Iccube
How to handle an overview of 1000+ research projects
Arthur van den Berg
Watch the video of the presention on YouTube
The TU/e wanted a complete overview of all research projects (1000 +); not only the numbers and the contract value but also the effects of the long-term projects on their revenue stream. To make this available we introduced a new logic resulting in a unique solution for projects± the Project Browser.
The current BI tools in place lacked the flexibility to support agile development
|Session 2 D||Client case Stambia
Agile BI on complex and strategic projects
How to reconcile large amounts of data, performance and agile BI
Benoit Kaluzny, Project Manager of ADEO group, a worldwide company, leader on the “Do It Yourself” market.
Benoit Kaluzny will present the means that Adeo Group used to reach such a goal. He will remind the audience of the Stambia benefits which helped them to implement real-time BI, to industrialize Teradata data load processes and to innovate through Data Vault modeling.
You will discover how Stambia innovative and high-performing approach reconciles ease of use and productivity in data integration projects.
|Parallelsessions 3 15.30 - 16.15|
|Session 3 A||
Younes Benmakhlouf & Jean-Christophe Alle
|Session 3 B||
Top Management Cockpit : Piloting and communicating EHL strategy though KPIs
Jamil Hebali & Nicolas Oury
|Session 3 C||
Client-case Team Partners
Ali ALAI, SITA and Alain DEBECKER
|Session 3 D||Client case Microsoft
Microsoft Business Intelligence - Insights for Everyone from Any Data, Any Size, Anywhere
Mr. Tien Dung Thoi, Technical Solutions Professional, Microsoft Switzerland Ltd
Empower users of all levels with new insights through familiar tools while balancing the need for IT to monitor and manage user created content. Deliver access to all data types across structured and unstructured sources.
Microsoft is in a unique position to execute this vision with familiar solutions and enables your workforce and leaders no longer needed to rely solely on instincts when making important decisions but rather base them on facts. Facts gained from different data sources or formats, external or internal. In our session we will present the newest advancements of Microsoft BI solutions and prove their operational capabilities with several customer projects.
|Parallelsessions 4 16.15 - 17.00|
|Session 4 A||Seven necessary changes to save your BI information system
"Business Intelligence architecture principles have... 20 years. I'm not sure it is an happy birthday... If we can wish that theses principles would live as long as mainframe, it will be necessary to adapt to an environment rich in change.
|Session 4 B||Client Case Board international
Cross Business Intelligence platform in the oil industry
As one of the fastest growing branches of Total, they were seeking for a Business Intelligence tool able to adapt to their business model that relates to the oil negotiation and logistics industry. The company – in charge of petrol stations for mass market retailers – needed:
With BOARD, it was possible to implement a cross Business Intelligence platform that covers different functional areas such as sales, purchase, logistics, operations, credit management, finance, marketing and quality control for an extremely particular industry.
|Session 4 C||
It's not what you've got, it's the way that you use it!
|Session 4 D||Client case Trivadis
TCS - “ Agile Business Intelligence platform with focus on Self Service ”
Mr Humberto Veredas and Adriano Martino, Trivadis
We will see the way how Touring Club Suisse has implemented his new BI platform with agility by using Trivadis biGenius™ Modelling, Generation and Deploying tool on the top of the Microsoft BI Suite. The platform is Self-Service with the standardization of the Success Rules. Learn how Data Vault could help you to integrate the business entities to give the global view of the customer
|17.00 Closure and Network drink|
|18.30 BI Award Dinner|