Why You Need a Separate BI Standard for Your Data Lake

Webinar | July 18, 2018 11:00 AM AEST (Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney)
                    July 17, 2018 6:00 PM PDT (U.S. Pacific Time)
                    July 17, 2018 9:00 PM EDT (U.S. Eastern Time)

Data-driven companies today know they need big data technologies for their digital transformation initiatives. But what do they do for BI? Traditional BI tools have been exposed as the weak link because they don’t take advantage of modern architectures like data lakes, so they fall short in terms of performance, scale, and self-service.

That’s why enterprises are seeking a separate BI standard for data lakes to complement their BI standard for data warehouses. Join us for this webinar hosted by Bock Corporation with experts from Arcadia Data to learn:

  • Why enterprises need a separate BI standard for data lakes
  • What are the advantages of a modern BI platform, native to big data
  • How you can get the most value from your data lake

More about our presenters:

Justin Bock

CEO and Founder

Bock Corporation

Dale Kim

Sr. Director of Products/Solutions

Arcadia Data

Erik Schultz

Sr. Solutions Architect

Arcadia Data

Justin Bock has over twenty year’s experience in enterprise sales within ICT. Roles have ranged from being an executive in a multinational system integrator, leading sales in ANZ for a Silicon Valley software start up and building his own successful analytics company.

His experience includes P&L management at multiple companies, building high performance teams, partner management and enterprise sales success. During his 20 years he has driven leading edge initiatives for major hardware, software and SaaS providers and earned global recognition for his success.

Dale’s background includes a variety of technical and management roles at information technology companies. Much of his career pertains to nonrelational data in the areas of search, content management, NoSQL, and Hadoop/Spark, and includes senior roles in technical marketing, sales engineering, and support engineering.

From fisheries biology to data lakes, Erik has a diverse background and wide ranging interests. In fact, you could have found him living in Sydney from 2011-2014. Today Erik is back in the United States helping the Arcadia Data sales organization tell the world about the benefits of having a BI solution for their data lake investment.