MENLO PARK, Calif. — September 16, 2014 — ClearStory Data, the company that’s bringing Data Intelligence to everyone, today announced its CEO and founder, Sharmila Mulligan, will speak at the 2014 DataWeek Conference & Expo in San Francisco on Tuesday, September 16, 2014.
Giving a talk titled “Consuming Data as a ‘Habit,’” Mulligan will explore the formation of “data habits” inside today’s organizations and how information consumers and data analysts are becoming more reliant on data to better understand their business and make intelligent decisions. Data is increasingly more diverse and complex so new solutions that dramatically ease and speed disparate data analysis are becoming critical to enable better data habits.
“Just as we engage with consumer applications and mobile devices for constant updates and new information, the same phenomenon is developing in the workplace around data. The ‘data habit’ of checking insights, exploring and making it a more interactive experience, is allowing companies to leverage data better than ever before,” said Mulligan. “To better leverage the growing volumes and diversity of data, users must be able to quickly find it, combine it, and collaborate on engaging insights.”
Who: Sharmila Mulligan, CEO and Founder, ClearStory Data
When: Tuesday September 16, 2014 at 2:00-2:40pm Pacific
Where: The Kabuki Hotel, 1625 Post Street, San Francisco, California 94115
For more information on DataWeek Conference & Expo 2014 or to register, please visit http://dataweek.co/.
About ClearStory Data
A Gartner Cool Vendor in Big Data for 2014, ClearStory Data is bringing next-generation Data Intelligence to everyone, in order to accelerate the way businesses get answers across any number of data sources. By dramatically simplifying data access to internal and external sources, harmonizing disparate data on-the-fly, and enabling fast, collaborative exploration, ClearStory Data’s end-to-end solution includes an integrated platform and incredibly simple user application. The company is backed by Andreessen Horowitz, DAG Ventures, Google Ventures, Khosla Ventures, and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB). To keep up with how the world is becoming more Data Intelligent, visit www.clearstorydata.com and follow us on Twitter @ClearStoryData.