Working Smart: QlikView Makes the Case for Business Intelligence at San Diego T3 Symposium

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Business Intelligence will be discussed at the San Diego T3 Symposium, a new event series which provides a forum of dialog on the expanding role technology plays in growth; whether it relates to a cutting edge company, or regional government

The use of Business Intelligence tools has never been more important for corporations

Despite Economic Slowing; Working Smart Key for Fast Growth Companies

Work smart not hard; the adage goes.

Although no CEO would ever admit to wanting to avoid hard work, most all would agree that a key aspect of success in business in the 21st century is working "smart". So it's no surprise that leading research firms are now earmarking "Business Intelligence" as the next wave of investment focus for corporate America.

"The use of Business Intelligence tools has never been more important for corporations", says QlikView's Western Region Executive Director Sean Hughes. "Particularly in smaller, fast growing companies, where strategic decisions can have a massive impact on growth and momentum, BI allows corporations to make critical decisions based on multifaceted views of data and numerous variables for better decisions and improved tactical implementation. The growth curve of QlikView reinforces what a hot-button issue BI is."

Hughes is being modest. QlikView, a global leader in business intelligence, is the fastest growing BI software company in the world with nearly 7,500 customers in 83 countries, and adding almost 13 new customers each working day.     "I think one of the keys to our success is that we bring a critically important technology solution to industry without some of the traditional deployment headaches often associated with it," Hughes adds.

Mr. Hughes will provide insights to BI and what it means to the IT leader of the fast growth organization on Tuesday April 1, 2008 at the San Diego T3 Symposium when he participates in the Business Management Round Table Discussion as a key panelist. The Business Management Round-Table is a high level discussion focusing on issuessuch as BI, BPM and analytics. Following the round table, Sean will present a case study "The Power of Simplicity" where he will discuss recent trends and developments in the business intelligence industry including where it's heading and why. Attendees will come away with a better understanding of how their own industry and organization will be affected by these changes and learn how their colleagues are successfully using these instruments at other organizations.

QlikView is the gold sponsor of the T3 Symposium, a new event series which provides a forum of dialogue on the expanding role technology plays in growth whether it relates to a cutting edge company, or a regional government agency. The T3 Symposium represents a national technology think-tank made up of luminaries, experts and trendsetters from the nations' fastest growing midsize companies and regional governments.

"T3 is series that is a reflection of what is going on in the minds of IT luminaries from the most dynamic organizations in North Americays Jeff Gordon, CEO of Amplio Consulting Group, the producer of the T3 Symposium events.

The events are designed by CIO's, VP's and top technology decision makers and the event discourse is led by select IT leaders from the host community. Sponsors are hand picked by the event advisors and compliment the event dialogue without dominating it. The series aspires to offer the attendee and sponsor a more honest and intimate exchange on the special challenges that face the IT leader in a fast growth environment.

Steve Romeo knows all about the challenges of leading IT in a fast paced company. As the Director of Information Technology for San Diego based Breg, Inc and a senior advisor on the T3 event he will lead the discussion on Business Management with first hand knowlede of how BI can impact the bottom line of a rapid growth company.

"Business Intelligence technology is one of the most sought after opportunities for a business and one of the most challenging to deploy. There is an underlying culture that exists with data and process and when the business can get aligned around how they use the data, business intelligence becomes the cornerstone of decision making." Romeo says. "Business Intelligence technology is the new method by which companies of all sizes make strategic decisions. Information moves faster than ever and having a BI platform robust enough to support the rapid growth of a company yields tremendous results." You can learn more about Steve from his website:

Breg is a rapidly growing medical device company a leader in functional bracing and cold therapy, Breg relies heavily on business intelligence for strategic business solutions.

It is one of nearly 200 companies that will be represeat the T3 Symposium over two days. The event will be held on April 1-2 at the Spectrum Business Center Campus in San Diego. There is no charge to attend for qualified applicants who are involved in technology review and purchase in regional companies and appropriate government agencies. Go to for more information and to register.


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