Thorogood On Demand videos

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Our On Demand webcasts cover a range of hot topics from the world of Business Intelligence and Analytics. If you don't see what you're looking for here, check out our upcoming Webcasts section, or come along to meet us at one our UK and US in-person events.

Integrating QlikView Capabilities and the Salesforce.com Platform

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Salesforce is a market-leading, cloud-based Customer Relationship Management platform. QlikView is an increasingly popular and powerful tool for data visualization, Business Intelligence and Analytics. This webcast explores how these two products can be combined into one powerful solution and produce a compelling CRM platform.

Exploring the Latest Microsoft BI Landscape

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In 2014, Microsoft adopted an accelerated release cycle for new capabilities, including both cloud and traditional Business Intelligence offerings. Join us to understand the current capabilities of these Microsoft BI products, including the most recent updates to Power BI and SQL Server 2016.

Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2016

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Microsoft have released their latest preview of SQL Server 2016, and it looks set to be their best-performing, most scalable and secure data platform yet. In this recorde webcast we discussed and demonstrated the latest developments, explained what benefits the changes could bring to existing enterprise data platforms, and showed how this could improve critical business decision-making.



Building a Data Driven Organization

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How do you transform your organization into one that sources and analyzes data of all shapes and sizes, and applies the learning to decision making from top to bottom? We share experiences of helping global, blue chip organizations to develop analytics capabilities built upon the three pillars of tools, data and education.

Using Qlik to give end to end visibility across a pharmaceutical supply chain

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Rapid growth in biopharmaceuticals, the push towards generic drugs, and the demands of emerging markets have placed more pressure on pharmaceutical supply chains than ever before. These supply chains now find themselves stretched to the limit to keep pace with a rapidly-evolving industry, as they struggle to ensure organization-wide efficiency.