Business Intelligence Summit 2013
Thanks for making the 2013 BI Summit a success!
Recorded Sessions are now available to conference attendees. Access information was provided via email. If you did not receive the email, please contact Meredith Brennan email@example.com.
Higher education institutes and organizations with an interest in business intelligence will once again converge on Northern Kentucky University’s METS Center this fall for the fourth annual Business Intelligence Summit on October 1-2, 2013. Seminars and collaborative discussions will be held around tools improving academic or administrative operations in various systems. Over 150 ERP and BI professionals attended the past BI Summits, representing more than 35 institutions. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to share, collaborate and grow!
Who should attend?
Higher education institutions and organizations that have an interest in the development and use of Business Intelligence/analytics should attend. The event will be valuable to organizations using, implementing or considering data analytic tools and decision support systems.
Listen. Learn. Leverage.
Expect a mix of pragmatic content including data warehousing, ETL, information management, reporting, analytics, decision support systems, 3rd-party data, project management, training, governance and more!
Location & Pricing
Location: The NKU METS Center, Erlanger, KY
If your institution has a story to tell of your BI successes or lessons learned, please contact Meredith Brennan. Speakers are waived the $99 registration fee. If you are willing to help coordinate the event or facilitate a discussion, please contact Meredith.
If your organization is interested in sponsoring this event, please contact Meredith Brennan. We have a variety of sponsoring levels.
There will be multiple opportunities for attendees to enter drawings for hi-tech prizes.
New Ideas for This Year
Have an idea? We would love to hear your session or topic ideas, please contact Meredith Brennan.
BI Summit Menu
“I enjoy attending the BI Summit each year and NKU does a fantastic job of hosting the event. It is a small and intimate event that provides a unique opportunity to share and learn from colleagues at other institutions. Since we often find ourselves facing the same challenges (and opportunities), the BI Summit is a great place to share ideas, outcomes, and experiences. The vendors that participate do so in ways that add value.”
Deputy Chief Information Officer
IT @ Johns Hopkins
“I found the Business Intelligence Summit 2012 to be informative, educational, and a great opportunity to find out what my colleagues are doing to address our shared issues and problems. The information shared on the newest SAP products and technology was first rate. I highly recommend attending upcoming BI Summits to stay up to date.“
Michael W. Sharpe, CPA
Sr. IT Analyst