Stephen Brobst, chief technology officer, Teradata Corporation, conducted an engaging session on “Best Practices in Enterprise Information Management,” and on “The (R)evolution from Business Intelligence to Consumer Intelligence.”
He said, “leading edge organizations are deploying consumer intelligence applications, putting further requirements on the data warehouse.” He further explained best practices architecture principles, which if employed, could drastically increase value of ownership in an organization’s information environment.
Other speakers at the full day seminar were Fawad Asrar Qureshi, technical marketing manager, Teradata, who gave an overview of the technological ecosystem, and Najia Naqvi, industry consultant, Teradata, who shared the technology perspective on ”Integrated Marketing Management.” The workshop was well attended by executive experts. The interactive sessions assisted the participants in generating creative solutions to solve challenges faced within their companies.
Khuram Rahat, managing director Teradata Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh welcomed the participants and said “more and more business executives are focusing on how they can use information as a strategic competitive tool.”
Brobst specializes in the design and construction of data warehouse solutions. He has authored numerous books and articles related to advanced data management techniques. He has served as an advisor to the U. S. National Academy of Sciences in the area of information technology workforce development, and is currently a member of Barack Obama’s President’s Innovation and Technology Advisory Committee, a working group of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.