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The New Paradigm for Business Intelligence - Collaborative, User Centric, Process Embedded

Date: January 09, 2008

Time: 02:00 pm US Eastern

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Featured Speakers:

Don Tapscott, Chief Executive, New Paradigm (bio)
Paul Barter, Senior Analyst, New Paradigm (bio)
Pierre-Luc Bisaillon, Senior Analyst, New Paradigm (bio)
Lothar Schubert, Director of Solution Marketing, SAP (bio)
Katrina Coyle, BI Team Manager, Molson Canada (bio)


Moderator:

Joe McKendrick, ebizQ Contributor

Sponsored By:

SAP

Today's competitive environment is fast and fierce, marked by complex supply networks, increased consumer power and stringent corporate mandates for governance. In order to succeed, companies need to innovate faster, collaborate better, and operate more efficiently than ever before. To do so, they need to depend on close collaborative relationships with strategic partners, the ability to exchange prudent information rapidly, and to act on that information in real-time, across end-to-end business processes.

Join this Webcast to learn how companies are shifting their BI deployments from a data-centric approach to a new and process-embedded paradigm that fosters informed, collaboration across and beyond corporate boundaries, empowering the business user within the context of daily business activities.

Hear from Don Tapscott about how the latest wave of technology developments have transformed how individuals and corporations collaborate, innovate and create value, and how these deep changes impact business intelligence. Then learn from SAP about how organizations can harness today the latest innovations with SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence, in order to become more effective and efficient. Then then understand how Molson-Coors has leveraged the power of SAP NetWeaver BI to enable and accelerate the decision making process in a highly competitive beer market.



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Featured Speaker Bios:

Don Tapscott, one of the world’s leading authorities on business strategy, is Chief Executive of New Paradigm, which he founded in 1993. He is an internationally sought authority, consultant and speaker on business strategy and organizational transformation. His clients include top executives of many of the world’s largest corporations and government leaders from many countries. The Washington Technology Report called him one of the most influential media authorities since Marshall McLuhan. He is the author of twelve widely read books about information technology in business and society including Growing Up Digital, which established him as one of the leading thinkers about the Net Generation. His new book, written with Anthony Williams, is WIKINOMICS: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything. Don is Adjunct Professor of Management, Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, and holds a master's degree in Research Methodology, and two (Hon) Doctor of Laws.

Paul Barter is a Senior Analyst with over 25 years of experience in the IT product and services sector with firms such as Compaq, General Electric and T4G Limited. In addition to industry experience in sales, marketing and strategy development, Paul also teaches Technology Strategy in the MBA program at the York University Schulich School of Business.

Pierre-Luc Bisaillon is a Senior Analyst with New Paradigm and the founder and president of Ignite Partners, which provides strategy consulting to growth companies in the technology sector. Recent projects include an IT strategy for a financial services organization as well as financing and marketing plans for technology start-ups. Prior to launching Ignite Partners, Pierre-Luc served as a consultant for McKinsey & Company’s Toronto office where he engaged with major Canadian companies on critical strategic issues, with a focus on the telecom and software sectors. Pierre-Luc has an Electrical Engineering degree from McGill University and an MBA from the Rotman School of Management.

Lothar Schubert is Director of Solution Marketing for SAP NetWeaver, leading the marketing efforts for SAP NetWeaver BI and SAP NetWeaver BI Accelerator. Lothar has over twelve years of leading industry experience in the enterprise solutions space. His prior roles include strategic consulting and project management with Fortune 500 companies in United States and Japan, as well as in product management. Lothar is based out of Palo Alto, California. He is holding a graduate degree in Physics, as well as an MBA degree from Anderson School at University of California, Los Angeles.

Katrina Coyle is the BI Team Manager at Molson Canada as well as the Molson-Coors Global BI Lead for the current global implementation of SAP-BW. She first started working as an independent SAP-BW consultant in 1999 and joined Molson Canada in 2003 to lead the implementation of SAP BI for the Canadian business. While at Molson she has overseen the genesis of SAP BI from version 2.0 to the current release running on SAP NetWeaver 7.0. She has experience in multiple industries including, utilities, media, manufacturing, retail and consumer packaged goods.


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