Fundamentals of Business Intelligence
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Learn how to incorporate business intelligence into your technology practices.

When: Thursday, August 20, 2020
2:00-3:00 pm ET
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Chantal Forster

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Fundamentals of Business Intelligence

Are you "data rich and insight poor"? You're not alone. While BI is not a new term or practice, many social good organizations struggle to gain traction outside of IT for business intelligence practice. Learn how the Foundation For The Carolinas developed its BI practice in partnership across the organization.

This session will touch on the following topics:

  1. Fundamentals of Business Intelligence
  2. Defining Goals for Business Intelligence
  3. How to Extract the Most Value from Business Intelligence
  4. Growing and Sustaining Business Intelligence Across the Organization

This session is part of a three-part series providing an inside look at IT transformation at Foundation For The Carolinas.

  1. May 28 - Modernizing our IT Strategy
  2. June 11 - Creating Effective Project Management
  3. Aug 20 - Fundamentals of Business Intelligence


  • Cornell Emile - Solutions Architect (Foundation for the Carolinas)
  • Andrea Phelps - VP, IT & Business Liaison (Foundation for the Carolinas)
  • Nikhil Sawant - EVP, Business Services & Chief Information Officer (Foundation for the Carolinas)


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