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On demand On January 25th, Regcast presenter Jon Collins was joined by Freeform Dynamics’ Martha Bennett, Jason Frost from Blueprint, and Will Thompson from Microsoft for our very first live event of 2012.

The thing that brought our panel together was the necessary evil that is - information management in business. Our latest Reg research lead by Martha Bennett set the scene for this discussion. The study looks at the way information is captured and used in the financial services sector and illustrates the reason causing the degree to which FS firms have had to beef up their business intelligence efforts in order to meet regulatory requirements.

They went through the likes of:

Show Notes

  • The information management landscape in various industries.
  • New ways of information delivery for BI mobility
  • Is BI really an IT department business problem?

Reg Readers participated throughout the conversation with their experiences and questions.

You can see if you empathise with what they and our panel had to say, by viewing the free on demand version here.

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