Elevating Insights: Moving Data and Analytics to the Cloud

Webinar - July 26 @ 2pm ET

Data management, data warehousing and analytics are all moving to the cloud — and opening up new opportunities. In this interactive session, we’ll address the business imperatives for adapting your data architectures to the platforms of the future, with tips on how to overcome common barriers to successful transitions.

We will cover a variety of topics including:

  • Why a cloud strategy is important, and how data migration fits into that strategy.
  • How to get started.
  • The organizational challenges and priorities you will face.
  • Common challenges and solutions for SAP customers.

We will also share more about SAP’s unified data and analytics portfolio, showing how a wide variety of customers are using SAP to turn data into value.

Join Timo Elliott and Maria Villar for this action-packed agenda!

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MEET THE EXPERTS

Timo Elliott SAP
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Timo Elliott is an innovation evangelist and international conference speaker who has presented to business and IT audiences in over forty countries around the world. A 23-year veteran of SAP BusinessObjects, Elliott works closely with SAP development and innovation centers around the world on new technology directions. His popular Business Analytics blog at timoelliott.com tracks innovation in analytics and social media, including topics such as big data, collaborative decision-making, and social analytics. Prior to Business Objects, Elliott was a computer consultant in Hong Kong and led analytics projects for Shell in New Zealand. He holds a first-class honors degree in Economics with Statistics from Bristol University, England.

Maria Villar Head of Enterprise Data Strategy & Transformation at SAP
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As head of Enterprise Data Strategy & Transformation at SAP, Maria Villar advises SAP customers on the crucial role of data management in their digital transformation, leveraging over 20 years of practical, operational experience as the chief data officer of three companies, including SAP from 2009-2017.