“Having Dundas come to our campus to present their knowledge about data visualizations is a huge asset to us” - Octavio Escalante Menchaca, Student Leader at the University of Toronto.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
Dundas Data Visualization is proud to announce that they will be leading a presentation on Wednesday March 6th at the University of Toronto campus at a workshop hosted by the University of Toronto Association for Information Systems discussing both data visualization and dashboard best practices. In addition to a ninety minute presentation which aims to clear up any misconceptions that the students may have about what dashboards truly are and what purpose they serve, Dundas will be providing a tour of their award-winning software in order to better prepare the future workforce for the tools they will be using after graduation.
“We’re very excited about the opportunity to inform future leaders and thinkers at the University of Toronto about the value of data visualizations and dashboards, not just for businesses, but for society as a whole.” said Nelson Ng, Principal Consultant at Dundas Data Visualization. “One of the biggest challenges Dundas’ clients in every sector face is figuring out how to harness the vastness and richness of the data available to us, without being overwhelmed by it. It is our hope that the content we present will not only benefit them in their future endeavors, but also provide them with great practical advice for improving how they present and consume data today. It’s an exciting field to be in; I hope they’ll walk away feeling inspired and empowered to tackle the difficult and complex challenges of the future.”
“Having Dundas come to our campus to present their knowledge about data visualizations is a huge asset to us” said Octavio Escalante Menchaca, Student Leader at the University of Toronto. “We’re a big fan of supporting local businesses throughout Toronto so it made sense that we partner with a company like Dundas Data Visualization. Hopefully, this turns out to be a beneficial arrangement for both parties involved”.
For those interested in attending this short presentation about the science behind data visualizations and how they apply to the real world, Dundas will be speaking at the St. George Campus on Wednesday March 6th at 6 PM.
Founded in 1992 in Toronto, Ontario, Dundas Data Visualization has been an industry leader in innovative technologies for years. With over 20 years of experience, Dundas is focused on creating smart, fact-based data visualizations that can are accessible at all levels of your organization. Currently on Version 4, Dundas has continued to stay ahead of the pack in data visualization by adding innovative features and improved functionality with each release. Dundas Data Visualization has been a proud recipient of Microsoft’s TechEd Award, Software Magazine’s Software 500, the Branham 300 Award and the SD Times 100, among others.
Dundas Dashboard provides high quality dashboards that are customizable for all levels of your organization to ensure the highest user adoption rate possible. Dundas’ Open API for data sources means that they can connect to and visualize information from any program. Whether you want a fact-based snapshot of your business in order to track company performance on your mobile device; or you’d like to broadcast important developments by sharing them online with the public, Dundas can deliver. For more information visit http://www.dundas.com
About The University of Toronto
Established in 1827, the University of Toronto is Canada's largest university, recognized as a global leader in research and teaching. U of T's distinguished faculty, institutional record of groundbreaking scholarship and wealth of innovative academic opportunities continually attract outstanding students and academics from around the world. U of T is committed to providing a learning experience that benefits from both a scale almost unparalleled in North America and from the close-knit learning communities made possible through its college system and academic divisions. Located on three campuses in and around Toronto, one of the world's most diverse regions, U of T's vibrant academic life is enhanced by cultural diversity in its learning community. For more information the University of Toronto, please visit http://www.utoronto.ca.
About iSchool at University of Toronto
Known as Canada’s Global Information School, the Faculty of Information’s iSchool in Toronto is ranked among the world’s leading information and knowledge management schools by a number of global surveys. Global, diverse, and pioneering, the iSchool offers information programs year-round in various disciplines and is committed to students' continual improvement through our iSchool Institute that provides development programs to more than 1,000 students annually. The iSchool experience is about community and making the most of the studies and the rewards student’s foster.