Hipercept CEO, Participates in Realcomm’s Webinar on BI Strategy
Hipercept CEO, Damien Georges will be participating in Realcomm’s upcoming live webinar, “Defining A Comprehensive Business Intelligence Strategy” on March 13th. He will discuss areas such as the top reasons for failed business intelligence initiatives, defining data governance and the benefits of developing and maintaining a business intelligence strategy.
Hipercept is excited to be included in Realcomm’s live webinar on March 13, 2014. The webinar topic, “Defining A Comprehensive Business Intelligence Strategy” is a great opportunity for Hipercept to demonstrate their understanding of Business Intelligence, especially related to the real estate industry.
Damien Georges, CEO of Hipercept will be speaking on Hipercept’s behalf. Georges is globally recognized for his expertise in providing strategic advice and business intelligence solutions to private equity and real estate investors. He has led significant engagements with the world’s largest investment management and private equity firms.
“I am excited to be a contributor on such an important topic in the industry today. The Hipercept team and I are very passionate about solving current information management and business intelligence challenges, and this webinar is just one step closer,” said Georges. “Effective reporting and good decision-making are only possible with a robust strategy,” he said.
There are three specific areas Hipercept will be focusing on. The first; the top reasons for a failed business intelligence initiative, will dive into the concerns of having a lack of executive sponsorship, poor data quality and insufficient user adoption. Hipercept will also uncover how one should define data governance. Lastly, Hipercept will discuss some of the benefits of developing and maintaining a business intelligence strategy. Some of these benefits include having an integrated, 360-degree view of an organization, cost savings and cost avoidance, increased productivity and improved decision quality.
The live webinar will occur Thursday, March 13, 2014 from 12:30-2:00 PM EDT. To register for this webinar, please click here.