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Regcast Tune in today at 2.30pm GMT for our last webcast of 2008. Our expert panel returns to the Reg studios once again to explore the factors needed to create an optimum working environment.

The panel will tackle:

  • What exactly is meant by an "optimum working environment" for business users
  • The true value of business intelligence tools
  • The role of IT in enabling optimum business user productivity
  • How business users can make timely decisions and deliver efficient reporting

Once again Tim Phillips will be firing your questions to our panel, which today consists of Martin Atherton, research director at Freeform Dynamics and Mark Deacon, Microsoft’s unified communications product manager.

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