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Live event Stuck between a rock and a hard place? That’s what public sector organisations feel like when it comes to managing data according to our latest Register Reader research. It’s not getting any easier - our latest Reg Reader research looks at why? The findings of this study will lead the live discussion on March 13th 11:00 GMT; Anchor-man Jon Collins will be the host to a panel of Business Intelligence sympathisers to find out the ‘How to’ overcome information management related challenges over and above those experienced in the private sector.

Doctor Stats aka Tony Lock from Freeform Dynamics reveals the findings of this latest research, Chris Smyth from Parity Solutions details the trends he sees taking place and Tom Zebedee, Ofsted Head of Architecture will report straight from the frontline of his office to share his story. They’ll discuss:

The initiatives organisations in the public sector are taking these often conflicting demands?

  • How to maximise on your existing BI Tools?
  • Ways to improve existing capabilities without increasing cost?
  • The reality of managing data in the current economic climate.

This free event is live and we want you to keep our experts in check in sharing your personal experience and ideas on our on-going Q&A window. You can register for this live broadcast here where the on-demand version will also be available.

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