Your Invite: Microsoft Business Insights Summit heads to Auckland & Wellington

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Microsoft New Zealand is hosting its Business Insights Summit in the coming weeks, designed to explain how the changing landscape of data is opening up opportunities to uncover new insights from any data, any size, anywhere.

Set for both Auckland and Wellington, attendees will hear from the experts on how businesses can unleash insights from structured and unstructured data.

Essentially speaking, this will be is a critical event to attend if you want to understand what your data can do for you and your organisation.

Hear from experts, using real business examples and demos, about how your organisation can create a competitive advantage by unleashing insights from all of your data, no matter where it resides.

Also learn how leveraging powerful familiar tools can empower end users of all levels with new insights that in turn can lead to new opportunities.

Who should attend?

Aimed at IT Decision Makers, IT Pro’s, Architects, Developers and other Specialty Business Intelligence roles, the event will also be of great value to Business Analysts, Business Data Analysts and any Marketing and/or Finance Roles that work with Data.

The sessions at this event will split into two tracks covering both Enterprise business as well as Small and Medium Business looking to leverage business intelligence solutions.

Auckland – March 31 (Viaduct Events Centre):

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Wellington – April 3 (Rydges Wellington):

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