Leading researchers and academics in India to present their excerpts at the event held at Indian Institute of Management
Qlik®, a leader in visual analytics, today announced its partnership with Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bangalore for the third edition of the Business Analytics and Intelligence Conference ( BAICONF) to be held on the IIM campus from December 17 to19, 2015. Over 250 attendees including researchers, academics, industry professionals, and students are scheduled to present their research papers during this event.
As a leader in visual analytics, delivering a platform approach to BI and driving innovative decision-making, Qlik is helping organizations see the whole story in their data with its patented associative technology. At BAICONF 2015, Qlik will discuss the increasingly important role of visual analytics in today’s competitive business landscape and how enterprises can leverage data effectively for insights, decisions, and agility. As one of the key sponsors, Qlik will also showcase its portfolio of visual analytics solutions during the conference along with epilogue speech by its Managing Director of India, Souma Das.
Professor Dinesh Kumar, Chairperson of Data Centre and Analytics Lab and Executive PGP, who has successfully led this conference into its third edition says,” The aim of the conference is to create a platform and facilitate knowledge sharing on advanced data analysis, business analytics, big data and business intelligence for distinguished academicians, practitioners and researchers from academia and the industry. Having Qlik onboard as a partner will provide us with greater insights into innovative visual analytics platforms, applications, and best practices.”
“The BAICONF 2015 forum presents senior executives and IT professionals in India with a great opportunity to learn new ways of harnessing data to simplify business decisions in our rapidly changing economy. With our unique platform approach to BI and visual analytics, Qlik is committed to helping educational organizations in India compete, not just survive”, said Souma Das, Managing Director, Qlik India.