Product Strategist, IBM Business Intelligence
Tina Groves leverages her 25 years in analysis, event processing and information-driven applications to lead the big data product strategy for IBM Business Intelligence. She particularly enjoys sharing how these new technologies can improve decision making with customers. A long-time product manager. she has received corporate recognition for new product introduction and earned two patents. Follow Tina on Twitter: http://twitter.com/tinagroves and LinkedIn: http://ca.linkedin.com/pub/tina-groves/21/508/2a
November 22, 2013
I’ve encountered many customers who are keen to ditch their data warehouse and use Hadoop to store the organization’s data as a cost-saving measure and to provide more flexibility to the business.
November 7, 2013
After 16 years with the Cognos products, I confess to being somewhat biased towards business analytics and its announcements at IOD. I loved hearing the reactions to this week’s announcements.
November 6, 2013
Over 50 analysts, representing 24 research firms, attended IOD this week. They are here, not only to cover the event, but also to learn first-hand about the products, hear customer perspectives and meet with IBM management. Gartner, Forrester Research and IDC sent the greatest number of people, representing over half of all analysts attending. We welcome these influential individuals and their valuable perspectives to Information On Demand 2013!
November 4, 2013
When the IBM Institute of Business Value (IBV) published its annual analytics study this year, "Analytics: A blueprint for value," 19% of respondents self-identified as "substantially outperforming their market or industry peers." When this group was compared to other respondents, the IBV identified nine levers which differentiated the behaviour of these leaders: Culture, Data, Expertise, Funding, Measurement, Platform, Source of Value, Sponsorship and Trust.
November 4, 2013
The Business Partner Summit held an abundance of useful, entertaining and fascinating presenters who shared their knowledge and experience with all in attendance. Read on for key takeaways, standout quotes and useful links.
April 30, 2013
Many people want SQL, the query language of the past two decades, to work on Hadoop.